34 pelvic findings on examination of a 22 year old

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34. Pelvic findings on examination of a 22-year-old nulliparous woman are uterus 7 cm in length and ovaries 3cmx2x1cm. These findings are consistent with:
35. A 66-year-old- woman with a history of pruritus presents with an ulceration of the vulva. The most likely diagnosis is:
36. Characteristic “ strawberry spots” on the cervix may be seen with
37. A 45 year-old-female presents with complaint of lower abdominal pain with urinary urgency and frequency for the past three months. The pain is worse during sexual intercourse and relieved somewhat when she urinates. Physical exam reveals suprapubic tenderness as well as tenderness along the anterior vaginal wall and urethra. The remainder of her exam is normal. What best fits these findings?
38. Primary dysmenorrhea can best be treated with:
39. MRS. Jackson, age, 37 has been on birth control pills for approximately 15 years. She is a smoker, has a blood pressure of 110/70mmHg, and has lipid levels with normal limits. You advise that she should:
40. The CDC recommendation for follow-up of a female treated for PID with a recommended outpatient regimen is:
41. One of the leading causes of female infertility Stein-Leventhal syndrome is
42. Iris is a thirty-two-year-old married women with three children. She comes in for information on using the copper T intrauterine device (IUD) for contraception. Which of the following would be a contraindication to using this appliance?
43. A 26-year-old female has a Pap test report of ASC-US. This is her first abnormal Pap test. Recommended first steps in follow-up would include:
44. A 22-year-old female presents with complaint of malodorous vaginal discharge and vulvar itching. On examination, a watery, yellowish-green vaginal discharge is noted along with vulvar and vaginal erythema. The most likely findings on a wet mount examination will be:
45. A patient taking metronidazole and cimetidine at the same time is at increased risk for:
46. A 22-year-old- female has a Pap test report of HSIL. Recommended first steps in follow-up would include
47. The glands located posteriorly on each side of the vaginal orifice are the:
48. The levonorgestrel-releasing IUD may be a better choice than the cooper-releasing IUD for a woman who has
49. 58-year-old woman complaints of severe vulvar pruritus. On examination of the vulva, you note thinning of the epidermis and loss of pigmentation, as well as maculopapular lesions. You suspect the diagnosis may be:
50. A 24-year-old female presents to your office with a request for combination oral contraceptives. Her current medications include a bronchodilator for asthma. Management for this client should include advising her that:
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