Question 3 Not yet graded 1 pts Exercise 1 Question 3 How does the removal of

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Question 3 Not yet graded / 1 pts Exercise 1 - Question 3 How does the removal of polyps help to prevent colorectal cancer? ( Hint : Describe the relationship between polyps and cancer development.) Your Answer: Polyps in the intestinal tract ae small growths covered with mucosa and are attached to the surface of the intestine. Although most are benign, they are significant because some have the potential to become malignant. Polyps can be classified as adenomatous, malignant, or hyperplastic. Hyperplastic polyps have a little chance of becoming cancerous; whereas adenomas have the potential to become malignant. A very small number of adenomas progress to cancer; almost all colorectal cancer develops from an adenoma. Adenomas are further classified as villous or tubular. Of these, villous adenomas pose a greater cancer risk. malignant polyps are those that contain cancerous cells when they are discovered. Most colorectal cancers are adenocarcinomas, which are tumors that arise from the glandular epithelial tissue of the colon. They develop as a multi-step process, resulting in a number of molecular changes, such as loss of key tumor suppressor genes and activation of certain oncogenes that alter colonic mucosa cell division. The increased proliferation of the colonic mucosa forms polyps that can transform into malignant tumors. Hence, the removal of the polyp will prevent it from progressing into colorectal cancer. Question 4 1 / 1 pts Exercise 1 - Question 4 From the list below, select the five most likely sites of metastasis for colorectal cancer. ( Hint: See Chapter 56 in your textbook.)
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Kidney Correct! Brain Correct! Liver Correct! Lungs Stomach Correct! Adrenal glands Correct! Bone Thyroid Question 5 Not yet graded / 1 pts Exercise 2 - Virtual Hospital Activity This exercise will take approximately 40 minutes to complete. Sign in to work at Pacific View Regional Hospital for Period of Care 1. ( Note : If you are already in the virtual hospital from a previous exercise, click on Leave the Floor and then on Restart the Program to get to the sign-in window.) From the Patient List, select Piya Jordan (Room 403).
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Click on Go to Nurses’ Station. Click on Chart and then on 403. Click on Emergency Department. Exercise 2 - Question 1 What was Piya Jordan's primary diagnosis according to the Emergency Department record? Your Answer: Piya Jordan was diagnosed with abdominal pain, nausea, vomiting, and dehydration. Abdominal pain, nausea and vomiting, dehydration Question 6 Not yet graded / 1 pts Click on History and Physical . Exercise 2 - Question 2 What history of symptoms is recorded? Your Answer: History of Present Illness: 68-year-old female presented to Emergency Department with nausea and vomiting for several days following weeks of poor appetite and increasing weakness. Patient is dehydrated and complains of generalized abdominal pain . CT of abdomen shows mass in right lower quadrant of abdomen.
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