5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- what does the liquid based cytology test for?
- A unilateral labia majora may indicate what?
- Describe cystocele
- what is the lower end of the uterus called?
- Ulcers or vesicles in the labia minora could be a sign of ?
- a bartholin gland infection
- b HPV, GC, Chlamydia, Trichomoniasis
- c STI
- d the hernial protrusion of the urinary bladder through the anterior wall of the vagina, sometimes even exciting the introitus and can be seen or felt when the woman bears down
- e cervix
5 Multiple choice questions
- it would thin after each birth and it could be ridged
- weakiening of the supporting structures of the pelvic floor often occuring with a cystocele or rectocele
- inflammation, tenderness, fistulas, lesions or growths
5 True/False questions
the cervix should protrude ___-__ cm into the vagina and anything more can indicaate a pelvic or uterine mass → traumatic bruising
what does the wet prep test for? → bacterial vaginosis and trichomoniasis
what are the risks for cervical cancer → increases with age, female, personal or family history, previous breast biopsies, white women, previous breast radiation, menarche before 12 and menopause after 35. dense or fatty breast tissue, nulliparity, or first child after age 30, HT, alcohol, obesity, lack of physical activity
When is a genitalia self-exam highly suggested? → 2 o'clock and 11 o'clock
define a nulliparous woman → a woman who has had children