5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- what are the risk factors for testicular cancer?
- What age does the american cancer society suggest that women begin breast self-examinations?
- what should you note when looking at the perineum?
- What does the DNA probe tube test for?
- a cervix pointing anteriorly would indicate what type of uterus?
- a 20
- b undescended testicles, history of testicular cancer, abnormal developments, Klinefelter syndrome, between ages 20-54, white
- c retroverted
- d inflammation, tenderness, fistulas, lesions or growths
- e GC and chlamydia
5 Multiple choice questions
- lack of screening, HPV, sexual intercourse before 16 and multiple sex partners, diet low in fruit and veggies, higher in blacks and Hispanics, mothers who took DES, oral contraceptives,
- an infection
- can be symmetrical or assymmetrical and the inner surface should be moist and dark pink
- pelvic mass, uterine adhesion or pregnancy
- painful urination, painful intercourse, irregular menstrual bleeding and pain in the upper right abdomen
5 True/False questions
what do the skene glands do? → bacterial vaginosis and trichomoniasis
What are the risk factors for penile cancer? → older than 90. infection with HIP, multiple sex partners, having receptive anal intercourse, frequent anal redness, swelling and soreness, anal fissure. smoking/ immunosuppresion
define multiparous woman → a woman who has had children
Describe a bladder prolapse → the protrusion of part of the rectum through the posterior vaginal wall
How does the os of a multiparous woman vary from a nulliparous woman → a woman who has no children