5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- define multiparous woman
- Describe a bladder prolapse
- what does the wet prep test for?
- what do you check the bartholin glands for?
- What are the risk factors for penile cancer?
- a a woman who has had children
- b occurs when the supportive tissue between a woman's bladder and vaginal wall weakens and stretches allowing the bladder to bulge into the vagina
- c bacterial vaginosis and trichomoniasis
- d lack of circumcision with failure to maintain good hygiene, phimosis, HPV, age, smoking
- e swelling, masses tenderness, warmth, discharge
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- a multiparous woman would have a slit-like os and a nulliparous woman should have a circular os
- anyone with risks of STIs
- fishy odor which would equal bacterial vaginosis
- can be symmetrical or assymmetrical and the inner surface should be moist and dark pink
5 True/False Questions
what are the risk factors for testicular cancer? → undescended testicles, history of testicular cancer, abnormal developments, Klinefelter syndrome, between ages 20-54, white
A non tender mass in the bartholin glands is an indicator of a bartholin cyst, which is the result of what? → 5 and 7 o'clock
what are the risks for cervical cancer → 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,
what is the lower end of the uterus called? → cervix
define a nulliparous woman → a woman who has no children