BGDA Practical - Fetal Development Interactive

From Embryology
BGDsmall.jpg
Practical 12: Embryo to Fetus | Second Trimester | Third Trimester | Birth | Neonatal | Abnormalities



Introduction

These are the interactive quizzes added to pages within the 2019 practical class. Please note only one quiz can be active on this current page at any time.


Embryo to Fetus Interactive Component

Attempt the Quiz - Embryo to Fetus  
BGDsmall.jpg

Here are a few simple Quiz questions that relate to Embryo to Fetus transition from the lecture and practical.

1

Which of the following answers describes the human embryonic period:

  the period before replacement of cartilage within the humerus by bone marrow begins
  a discrete entity that has not yet reached 8 weeks of development since the first mitotic division
  the developmental period up to 8 post-ovulatory weeks
  the period when more than 90% of the more than 4,500 named structures of the adult body have appeared
  all of the above are correct

2

In human development, the first trimester is best described as:

  the period when organs begin to function
  the embryonic period and the beginning of the fetal period
  the least critical time of human development
  the beginning of fetal sensory function
  all of the above are correct

3

Which of the following limb development processes has not completed by the end of the first trimester:

  ossification of the limb long bones
  rotation of the upper limb
  rotation of the lower limb
  apoptosis between the digital rays
  molecular patterning of the limb bud



BGDsmall.jpg
Practical 12: Embryo to Fetus | Second Trimester | Third Trimester | Birth | Neonatal | Abnormalities


Additional Information: first trimester timeline | Embryonic Development | Week 9 | Week 10

Second Trimester Interactive Component

Attempt the Quiz - Second Trimester  
BGDsmall.jpg

Here are a few simple Quiz questions that relate to Second Trimester development from the practical.


1

During the second trimester the fetus increases in crown rump length (CRL) from about ?? to ?? cm:

  30 to 37
  5 to 50
  8 to 37
  none of the above are correct

2

During the second trimester the fetus increases in weight from about ?? to ?? gm:

  15 to 60
  23 to 875
  230 to 700
  40 to 1000

3

The best answer for the fetal head circumference at the end of the second trimester is:

  less than 100 mm
  more than 100 mm
  more than 150 mm
  less than 200 mm
  more than 200 mm

4

The best answer for respiratory stage(s) during the second trimester:

  Embryonic to Pseudoglandular
  Pseudoglandular to Canalicular
  Canalicular to Saccular
  Saccular to Alveolar
  None of the above

5

Which of the following option{s) describes the vernix caseosa:

  present from the second trimester onwards
  a bilayer formed by corneocytes embedded in a rich lipid matrix
  formed by the sebaceous glands and epidermis
  anchored to the fetal epithelium by lanugo hair
  protects the fetal skin from the watery amniotic environment


BGDsmall.jpg
Practical 12: Embryo to Fetus | Second Trimester | Third Trimester | Birth | Neonatal | Abnormalities


Additional Information: second trimester | fetal neural | vernix caseosa | hair | second trimester timeline

Third Trimester Interactive Component

Attempt the Quiz - Third Trimester  
BGDsmall.jpg

Here are a few simple Quiz questions that relate to Third Trimester development from the practical.

1

During the third trimester the fetus increases in crown rump length ({{CRL))) from about ?? to ?? cm:

  30 to 60
  25 to 50
  37 to 50
  none of the above are correct

2

During the third trimester the fetus increases in weight from about ?? to ?? gm:

  100 to 600
  1000 to 3000
  1500 to 2800
  1750 to 2800

3

The best answer for respiratory stage(s) during the third trimester:

  Pseudoglandular to Saccular
  Pseudoglandular to Canalicular
  Canalicular to Alveolar
  Saccular to Alveolar
  None of the above

4

Which of the following statements about neural development during the third trimester is incorrect:

  There is a substantial increase in brain cortex surface area causing folding
  Gyri (folds) and fissures (grooves) become visible on the brain surface
  Electroencephalogram (EEG) activity can be recorded
  Neural cell death by apoptosis commences
  None of the above

5

Nephrogenesis describes the process of nephron development in the kidney. Each adult kidney will develop typically how many nephrons by this process:

  150,000
  250,000
  750,000
  2,000,000
  3,000,000


BGDsmall.jpg
Practical 12: Embryo to Fetus | Second Trimester | Third Trimester | Birth | Neonatal | Abnormalities


Additional Information: third trimester | fetal neural | third trimester timeline | renal | neural

Birth Interactive Component

Attempt the Quiz - Birth  
BGDsmall.jpg

Here are a few simple Quiz questions that relate to Birth from the practical.

1

Which of the following level in plasma may fall just before parturition:

  oxytocin
  estrogen
  progesterone
  prostaglandins
  thyroid hormone

2

Which of the following best relates to the Expulsion stage of parturition:

  Labour Stage 3
  Consists of uterine contractions 2 to 3 minutes apart
  Haematoma separates placenta from uterine wall
  Spiral arteries close and begins to reduce uterine volume
  Consists of uterine contractions 10 minutes apart

3

The term "macrosomia" refers to a which birth weight:

  Extremely Low Birth Weight
  Very Low Birth Weight
  Low Birth Weight
  Normal Birth Weight
  High Birth Weight

4

The human drug clearance rate at birth compared to the adult is approximately:

  5%
  10%
  33%
  50%
  66%



BGDsmall.jpg
Practical 12: Embryo to Fetus | Second Trimester | Third Trimester | Birth | Neonatal | Abnormalities


Additional Information: birth | caesarean | preterm birth | birth weight | macrosomia | Birth Statistics | Australia’s mothers and babies 2016

Neonatal Interactive Component

Attempt the Quiz - Neonatal Development  
BGDsmall.jpg

Here are a few simple Quiz questions that relate to Neonatal development from the practical.

1

The human drug clearance rate in the early postnatal period compared to the adult is approximately:

  5%
  10%
  33%
  50%
  66%

2

Which of the following cardiovascular changes occurs beginning in the neonatal period:

  umbilical blood vessel cavity is lost
  foramen ovale closure
  ductus arteriosus closure
  ductus venosus closure

3

Which of the following conditions can be identified by the neonatal Guthrie or bloodspot test:

  phenylketonuria
  cystic fibrosis
  galactosaemia
  spinal muscular atrophy
  maple syrup urine disease

t

BGDsmall.jpg
Practical 12: Embryo to Fetus | Second Trimester | Third Trimester | Birth | Neonatal | Abnormalities


Additional Information: neonatal | neonatal diagnosis | Guthrie test | milk | nutrition | growth charts | vaccination

Abnormalities Interactive Component

Attempt the Quiz - Abnormalities  
BGDsmall.jpg

Here are a few simple Quiz questions that relate to Abnormalities from the practical.


1

Which of the following terms describes a theory of environmental derived effects due to maternal lifestyle, environment and nutrition may result in later life health events.

  the Barker hypothesis
  the fetal origins hypothesis
  the fetal programming hypothesis
  the developmental origins of health and disease

2

From the Australian statistical data (81-92) which of the systems contributes the greatest percentage of major abnormalities.

  respiratory
  heart
  genital
  other musculoskeletal
  digestive

3

The most common urogenital abnormality is:

  Obstructive Defects of the Renal Pelvis
  Obstructive Genitourinary Defects
  Renal Agenesis
  Renal Dysgenesis
  Hypospadias

4

System collecting data based on notifications of major congenital anomalies to birth defects registers in New South Wales, Victoria, Western Australia and South Australia and on data collected on congenital anomalies in Queensland, Tasmania and the Australian Capital Territory currently is:

  Australian Birth Anomalies System
  Australian Congenital Anomalies Monitoring System
  National Congenital Malformations
  Birth Defects Data Collection

5

A fetal death prior to the complete expulsion or extraction from its mother of a product of conception of 20 or more completed weeks of gestation or of 400g or more birthweight is defined in Australia as a:"

  Stillbirth
  Infant death
  Perinatal death
  Incomplete pregnancy




BGDsmall.jpg
Practical 12: Embryo to Fetus | Second Trimester | Third Trimester | Birth | Neonatal | Abnormalities


Additional Information: fetal growth restriction | preterm birth


Medicine Practicals 2019 Interactive: BGDA Fertilization to Implantation | BGDA Implantation to 8 Weeks | BGDA Neural | BGDA Fetal | BGDA Placenta | BGDB Gastrointestinal | BGDB Face Ear | BGDB Endocrine | BGDB Sexual Differentiation


BGDsmall.jpg

BGDA: Lecture 1 | Lecture 2 | Practical 3 | Practical 6 | Practical 12 | Lecture Neural | Practical 14 | Histology Support - Female | Male | Tutorial

Glossary Links

Glossary: A | B | C | D | E | F | G | H | I | J | K | L | M | N | O | P | Q | R | S | T | U | V | W | X | Y | Z | Numbers | Symbols | Term Link

Cite this page: Hill, M.A. (2019, August 23) Embryology BGDA Practical - Fetal Development Interactive. Retrieved from https://embryology.med.unsw.edu.au/embryology/index.php/BGDA_Practical_-_Fetal_Development_Interactive

What Links Here?
© Dr Mark Hill 2019, UNSW Embryology ISBN: 978 0 7334 2609 4 - UNSW CRICOS Provider Code No. 00098G