2.When assessing superficial pain, touch, vibration, and position perceptions, you are testing: Cerebellar functionMotor functionSensory functionTendon reflex3.It is especially important to test for ankle clonus ifdeep tendon reflexes are hyperactivethe patient has a positive Kernig sign.the Romberg sign is positivethe patient has peripheral neuropathy.4.Palpation of epitrochlear nodes is part of the:Examination of the upper extremitiesExamination of the head and neckAssessment of the chest and thoraxPalpation of the abdomen5. You are conducting a clinical breast examination for a 30-year-old patient. Her breasts aresymmetrical with bilateral, multiple tender masses that are freely moveable with well-defined borders. You recognize that these symptoms and assessment findings are consistent witha. fibrocystic changesb. Paget disease.c. cancer.d. mammary duct ectasia.6. You are initially evaluating the equilibrium of Ms. Q. You ask her to stand, with herfeet together and arms at her sides. She loses her balance. Ms. Q has a positive:Kernig sign.Homan sign.
McMurray test.Romberg sign.7. A 23-year-old white woman has come to the clinic because she has missed two menstrual periods. She states that her breasts have enlarged and that her nipples have turned a darker color. Your further response to this finding is to8. pulsation that is diminished to the point of being barely palpable would be graded as:13209. Red, hot swollen joint in a 40-year-old man should lead you to suspect10. To assess a cremasteric reflex, the examiner strokes the
11. A 12-year-old boy says that his left scrotum has a soft swollen mass. The scrotum isnot painful upon palpation. The left inguinal canal is without masses. The mass does transilluminate with a penlight. This collection of symptoms is consistent withA. orchitis. B. hydrocele. C. rectocele. D. scrotal hernia12. During a routine prenatal visit, Ms. T. was noted as having dependent edema, varicosities of the legs, and hemorrhoids. She expressed concern about these symptoms.You explain to Ms. T. that her enlarged uterus is compressing her pelvic veins and her inferior vena cava. You would further explain that these findings
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