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5 Written questions

5 Matching questions

  1. AFP
  2. CEA
  3. TNM system - M
  4. age at which testicular exams should begin
  5. when would a hysteroscopy be appropriate?
  1. a distant meastases levels 0 or 1
  2. b abnormal pap smear and uterine bleeding
  3. c Carcinoembryonic antigen
    ca (breast, GI, lung, pancreas, liver), inflammation (colitis, cholecystitis, pancreatitis, diverticulitis), cirrhosis, peptic ulcer
  4. d teens
  5. e alpha - fetoprotein
    increased nonmaternal level = ca (liver, ovary, testes), Liver cell necrosis
    increased maternal level = neural tube defects, multiple - fetus pregnancy, threatened abortion, fetal death

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. undifferentiated intraepithelial lesion 2/3 - full thickness (severe dysplasia), carcinoma in situ involvement
  2. atypical cells below the level of neoplasia, minimal cervical dysplasia
  3. abnormal cells typicla of dysplasia, CIN 1 or 2, severe dysplasia but not yet cancer
  4. presence and extent of lymph node involvement. level 1 to 3
  5. size of the primary tumor level 1 to 4

5 True/False questions

  1. 5 year survival rate of breast castage I : 80% stage II : 65%
    stage III: 40% stage IV: 10%
    10 yr survival rate no more than 50%

          

  2. 5 year survival rate of prostate ca (any stage)74%

          

  3. CIN grade Iinitial 1/3 of the epithelial layer, lesion well diferentiated (mild dsyplasia)

          

  4. hCG and B - hCGhuman chorionic gonadotropin
    basis of pregnancy tests
    ca (placenta, testicles), tumors (ovaries, testes), choriocarcinoma of uterus

          

  5. tumor markers for prostate caPSA - 10% higher rate than what is produced in healthy tissue
    serum prostatic acid phosphatase - also found in healthy tissue

          

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