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Module 2: Effects of Alcohol on the Fetus

Test Your Knowledge Questions Pretest – Module 2

Pretests are designed to gauge your knowledge. Click in the circle or box next to the correct answer. Circles indicate that there is only correct answer. Boxes indicate that there may be more then one correct answer. There will be a posttest at the end of the module so you can see what you've learned.

1. It is safe to drink wine or beer when pregnant. The only type of alcohol a pregnant woman should avoid is hard liquor.

2. The following condition(s) may be indicative of alcohol-related birth defects (ARBD):

3. Identify three teratogenic effects of alcohol.
Select all that apply.

4. FASD is an umbrella term that describes the range of effects that can occur in an individual whose mother drank alcohol during pregnancy. Name three conditions caused by prenatal exposure to alcohol.

5. Identify sign(s) of alcohol-related neurodevelopmental disorder.

6. Alcohol reaches the fetus by which of the following methods?

7. Alcohol is a teratogen, a substance that can cause birth defects.

8. Identify the three primary facial features that are indicative of fetal alcohol syndrome.
Select all that apply.

9. Alcohol-related brain damage may be indicated by the following conditions or behaviors:

10. Identify the three major components needed for a diagnosis of FAS:

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