25yo female c/o vaginal irritation and discharge. On exam, cervix is easily friable and erythematous. No adnexal
tenderness. Wet prep reveals mobile protozoa on NS slide. This most likely represents:
Woman is experiencing vaginal discharge. Wet mount with KOH would be used to confirm:
A 21-year-old female presents with three 0.5 cm human papilloma virus (HPV) lesions on her vulva. An appropriate
treatment option for this patient would be:
A 25-year-old woman comes to the clinic complaining of increased vaginal discharge, milky gray in color with a
"fishy" odor that both she and her husband have noticed. A wet smear is performed and the presence of "clue cells"
confirmed. Which type of infection does the nurse suspect?
A nurse in the family planning clinic reviews the health history of a sexually active 16-year-old girl whose chief
concern is a thick, burning discharge accompanied by a burning sensation and lower abdominal pain. After an
examination the girl is informed that she may have a sexually transmitted infection (STI) that requires treatment.
The adolescent is concerned that her parents will discover that she has been sexually active and asks the nurse
whether her parents will be contacted. The nurse explains that her parents will:
A woman visits the clinic for an annual physical examination, and herpes genitalis is diagnosed. The client asks how
the disease can be diagnosed without any tests. How should the nurse reply?
The clinic nurse is planning care for a client found to have Chlamydia. Which treatment should the nurse plan to
The clinical syndrome resulting from replacement of normal vaginal flora with anaerobic bacteria is:
A patient has symptoms consistent with Chlamydia. Which laboratory test would aid in the diagnosis?