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Objective 6.01
pertussis (whooping cough)
An infectious bacterial disease that causes violent
coughing spasms followed by sharp, shrill
inhalations, mainly affecting children
A serious infectious disease, caused by a
bacterium, Corynebacterium diphtheriae,
that attacks the membranes of the throat
and releases a toxin that damages the
heart and the nervous system with the
main symptoms being fever, weakness,
and severe inflammation of the affected
To laugh at or mock
six-year molars
The lower two front teeth which appear first
Deliberately and openly disobedient
Rubella (German measles)
A highly contagious viral disease,
especially affecting children, that causes
swelling of the lymph glands and a reddish
pink rash; may be harmful to the unborn
baby of a pregnant woman who contracts it
Fabric that has a treatment to keep it from
Rotting of the teeth
An acute contagious disease that causes a
fever with swelling of the salivary glands
The skillful and balanced movement of
different parts, especially parts of the body,
at the same time
Any instance of involuntary (accidental)
urination by a child over three years of age
A severe infectious viral disease, usually
affecting children or young adults, that
inflames the brainstem and spinal cord,
sometimes leading to loss of voluntary
movement and muscular wasting
hepatitis B
A sometimes recurring or fatal form of
hepatitis that is caused by a virus and
transmitted through contact with infected
blood, blood products, and bodily fluids
fine motor skills
Development of the small muscles
A contagious acute viral disease with
symptoms that include a bright red rash of
small spots that spread to cover the whole
An acute infectious disease, caused by a
toxin released by the bacterium
Clostridium tetani usually contracted
through a penetrating wound, that causes
severe muscular spasms and
contractions, especially around the neck
and jaw
permanent teeth
The set of teeth that begin to come in
during the school-age years and are meant
to last a lifetime
An injection of weakened disease-carrying
germs given to a person so their body can
build a resistance to a certain disease
hand-eye coordination
The ability to perform tasks that involve
coordinating the movement of the hands
with what the eyes see---e.g., catching or
hitting a ball
gross motor skills
Development of the large muscles