An 18-month-old boy is brought for a well-child examination. He was born at 37 weeks' gestation and

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  1. samuel

    samuel New Member

    An 18-month-old boy is brought for a well-child examination. He was born at 37
    weeks' gestation and weighed 2800 g (6 lb 3oz). There were no prenatal or
    perinatal complications. Developmental history indicates that he is able to run and
    walk up stairs while holding his mother's hand. He can hold a crayon but does not
    Scribble spontaneously. He is at the 40th percentile for length and 50th percentile
    for weight. Examination shows a crude pincer grasp. Which of the following is the
    most appropriate assessment of fine and gross motor development?


    Fine Motor Gross Motor
    Development Development

    A) Delayed normal

    B) Normal delayed

    C) Delayed delayed

    D) Normal normal

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