suggest pregnancy testing. question her use of tanning beds.
schedule an appointment with a surgeon. recommend she remove caffeine from her diet. During a pelvic examination for a postmenopausal woman you would expect to assess: a wider and longer vaginal vault. absence of vaginal wall rugation. a nonpalpable cervical os. a more mobile cervix. palpable ovaries. While collecting personal and social history data from a woman complaining of breast discomfort, you should question her regarding: history of medication allergies. alcohol, tobacco, and caffeine use. level of personal education. amount of personal income. menstrual history. Your patient s chief complaint is repeated pencil-like stools. Further examination should include: stool culture. parasite testing. digital rectal examination (DRE). prostate examination. cellulose tape test. Which one of the following is a proper technique for use of a speculum during a vaginal examination? Allow labia to spread; insert speculum slightly open. Press introitus upward; insert closed speculum horizontally. Press introitus downward; insert closed speculum obliquely. Spread labia; insert closed speculum horizontally. Insert one finger; insert opened speculum.
A cervical polyp usually appears as a: grainy appearance at the ectocervical junction. bright-red soft protrusion from the endocervical canal. transverse or stellate scar. hard granular surface at or near the os. flesh colored firm protrusion at the cervical os. Asking the woman to close the introitus during a pelvic examination is a test for: endometrios is. rectocele. cervical polyps. muscle tone. cystocele. Male gynecomastia associated with illicit or prescription drug use can be expected to: lessen when the body becomes accustomed to the drug. resolve after the drug is discontinued. leave permanent breast enlargement when the drug is discontinued. cause purulent drainage if left untreated. lead to an increased risk of breast cancer. A cremasteric reflex should result in: the scrotum appear to contain a bag of worms. penile deviation to the left side. scrotum to elevate bilaterally. immediate erection of the penis. testicle and scrotal rise on the stroked side. Course NURS-6512N-28,Advanced Health Assessment.2017 Fall Qtr 08/28-11/19-PT27 Test Quiz - Week 10
Started 10/22/17 11:58 AM Submitted 10/22/17 12:21 PM Due Date 11/6/17 1:59 AM Status Completed Attempt Score 60 out of 60 points Time Elapsed 23 minutes out of 30 minutes Instructions Click Begin to begin: Quiz - Week 10. Click Cancel to go back. Results Displayed Feedback Question 1 3 out of 3 points A 23-year-old female presents with severe right lower quadrant tenderness. All of the following should be considered in the differential except : Question 2 3 out of 3 points What is the initial diagnostic radiology test that should be ordered if you suspect a ruptured ovarian cyst? Question 3 3 out of 3 points A 17-year-old male was brought into the emergency room with testicular/scrotal pain.
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