Assessment and Management of Patients with Breast Disorders Quiz
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Assessment and Management of Patients with Breast Disorders Quiz

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1. The most common site for regional metastasis for breast carcinoma is(are) the:

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2. A monoclonal antibody that is used for targeted chemotherapy is:

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3. Over 80% of breast cancers are diagnosed after age:

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4. The majority of breast cancers occur in the:

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5. The average percentage of women who perform breast self-examination is believed to be about:

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6. Mammography can diagnose breast cancer before it is clinically palpable, meaning that the lump can be detected by x-ray when it is approximately of what size?

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7. Suggested postoperative positioning of the affected arm after surgical intervention (mastectomy) is:

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8. Characteristics of the lumps present in cystic disease of the breasts include all of the following except:

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9. A patient with lymphedema in an arm should be advised to avoid:

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10. A noninvasive breast tumor that is 2 cm or less in size is classified as:

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11. The chance of developing breast cancer doubles if:

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12. A 1998 clinical study yielded significant reduction in the incidence of breast cancer for those participants who took the chemopreventive agent:

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13. Early clinical manifestations of breast carcinoma include all of the following except:

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14. The current 5-year survival rate for stage I breast cancer is about:

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15. At diagnosis of breast carcinoma, the risk for the presence of metastasis is about:

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16. The most commonly encountered breast condition in the male is:

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17. The optimal time for breast self-examination is usually beginning at which day(s) after menses begins?

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18. A patient is scheduled for removal of her left breast and the axillary lymph nodes; the pectoralis minor muscle is to be left in place. This surgical intervention is called:

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19. The most common hormonal method of intervention is the use of:

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20. Postmastectomy arm exercises facilitate the development of collateral circulation, which decreases lymphedema. Collateral circulation is usually developed within:

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21. Mammography should be used to annually screen women every year, beginning at age:

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22. The strongest factor (80% correlation) that influences the incidence of breast cancer is:

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23. Carcinoma of the breast results from cell doubling. A cell that doubles every 60 days for 30 doublings would become palpable after (1 cm or larger) in:

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24. The risk of developing breast cancer for women is now 1 in:

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25. As part of health teaching, the nurse needs to alert patients that mammography can yield a false-negative result in how many instances out of 100?

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26. If the number of positive axillary lymph nodes is between five and six on biopsy, the risk for breast cancer recurrence is:

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27. Carcinoma in situ, a noninvasive form of cancer, has what percentage cure rate with surgical treatment?

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