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Question 15 out of 5 pointsAn older client is having trouble with vaginal infections. This is most likely due to:
Question 25 out of 5 pointsThe geriatric patient has a smooth pink bulge about the size of a golf ball appearing through thevagina. What is a likely cause of this?
Question 35 out of 5 pointsAn older female adult client states, “Sometimes when I sneeze, I notice that I wet my pants.” Thenurse interprets this as which of the following?
ResponseFeedback:Classic stressincontinence.Question 40 out of 5 pointsA woman reports a sudden onset of spontaneous nipple discharge. Which of the following wouldbe the nurse's most appropriate action?
ResponseFeedback:We must see what the cytology is FIRST--not culture andsensitivity or the others.Question 55 out of 5 pointsThe nurse is assessing a client's breasts. When assessing the area of the breast most vulnerable tobreast cancer (because of having the most lymph nodes), where should the nurse focus?

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Term
Spring
Professor
BrendaJohnson
Tags
Ectopic pregnancy, lymph node

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