5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Describe the perineum
- deviations of the cervix to either side might indicate what?
- what do you check the bartholin glands for?
- A unilateral labia majora may indicate what?
- a cervix pointing posteriorly would indicate what type of uterus?
- a pelvic mass, uterine adhesion or pregnancy
- b bartholin gland infection
- c swelling, masses tenderness, warmth, discharge
- d anteverted
- e smooth and thick. Unless pregnant.
5 Multiple choice questions
- fishy odor which would equal bacterial vaginosis
- vaginal infection or poor hygiene
- traumatic bruising
5 True/False questions
define a nulliparous woman → may be gaping or closed and may appear dry or moist. symmetrical
the cervix should protrude ___-__ cm into the vagina and anything more can indicaate a pelvic or uterine mass → 1-3cm
what causes PID → Neisseria gonorrhoeae and Chlamydia trachomatis
a horizontal position of the cervix would indicate what position of the uterus? → midposition
How does the os of a multiparous woman vary from a nulliparous woman → a woman who has no children