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Competency 2: Identification of FASD and Diagnosis of FAS

Test Your Knowledge Questions: Posttest

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1. Examples of specific test clinicians use to evaluate a child for behavioral and functional ability include which of the following:





2. Persons with an FASD often have trouble following multistep directions.



3. The 4-Digit Diagnostic Code was developed by the University of Washington’s Fetal Alcohol Syndrome Diagnostic and Prevention Network. It reflects the magnitude of expression of key diagnostic features of FASD. They are:
Select all that apply.





4. Women who have a child with an FASD cannot have another child with an FASD.



5. "FASD" is an umbrella term that describes the range of effects caused by prenatal exposure to alcohol. They include:






6. Effective intervention can reduce risk factors and help prevent secondary disabilities that may occur with an FASD.



7. The effects of prenatal alcohol exposure are reversible.



8. Race and ethnic background are important considerations in determining facial anomalies.



9. Dysmorphologists specialize in:





10. The facial anomalies that must be identified to confirm an FAS diagnosis include:
Select all that apply.





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