5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- What would discharge of the skene glands most likely indicate?
- What is it called when the uterus descends into or beyond the vaginal wall?
- A unilateral labia majora may indicate what?
- What are the risk factors for penile cancer?
- When is a genitalia self-exam highly suggested?
- a uterine prolapse
- b an infection
- c bartholin gland infection
- d anyone with risks of STIs
- e lack of circumcision with failure to maintain good hygiene, phimosis, HPV, age, smoking
5 Multiple choice questions
- Neisseria gonorrhoeae and Chlamydia trachomatis
- undescended testicles, history of testicular cancer, abnormal developments, Klinefelter syndrome, between ages 20-54, white
- a multiparous woman would have a slit-like os and a nulliparous woman should have a circular os
5 True/False questions
PID could be a serious complication of some what? → STI
what does the wet prep test for? → bacterial vaginosis and trichomoniasis
where are the bartholin glands located? → 5 and 7 o'clock
the cervix should protrude ___-__ cm into the vagina and anything more can indicaate a pelvic or uterine mass → 1-3cm
what are the risk factors for prostate cancer? → older than 50, black, family history of prostate cancer, diet high in animal fat, physical inactivity, high level of exposure to androgens