Gonorrhea b. Syphilis c. Chlamydi a d. Herpes 1 points QUESTION 20 1. Progesterone is often referred to as “the hormone of pregnancy,” and the patient asks what this phrase means. How should the nurse respond? Progesterone is the hormone of pregnancy because it: a. Stimulates lactation b. Increases ciliary action in the fallopian tubes c. Thins the endometrium d. Prevents smooth muscle contraction of the uterus 1 points QUESTION 21 1. A 35-year-old female is diagnosed with ovarian cancer. CT scan reveals that the cancer is limited to the ovaries. It would be classified as stage: a. I b. II c. III d. IV 1 points QUESTION 22 1. A 25-year-old female presents with amenorrhea and hirsutism. She is diagnosed with PCOS. Lab testing will most likely reveal: a. Estrogen deficit b. Genetic cancerous mutations c. Cortisol excess d. Hyperinsulinemia 1 points QUESTION 23 1. When a teenager asks what makes the breast grow, what is the nurse’s best response? Thehormone that promotes breast development during puberty is: a. Progesterone b. Prolactin
c. Prostate gland d. Estradiol 1 points QUESTION 24 1. _____ is inflammation of the glans penis. a. Phimosis b. Balanitis c. Priapism d. Hydrocele 1 points QUESTION 25 1. When discussing the difference between male and female sex hormones, which information should the nurse include? The major difference between male and female sex hormone production is that: a. LH has no apparent action in the male. b . Sex hormone production in the male is relatively constant. c. Estrogen is not produced in the male. d . In the male, GnRH does not cause the release of FSH. 1 points QUESTION 26 1. Copy of A 25-year-old female presents with amenorrhea and hirsutism. She is diagnosed with PCOS. Lab testing will most likely reveal: a. Estrogen deficit b. Genetic cancerous mutations c. Cortisol excess d. Hyperinsulinemia 1 points QUESTION 27 1.Which information indicates the nurse has a good understanding of the menstrual cycle?
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