Assessment and Management of Problems related to Male Reproductive processes Quiz Post category:Medical/Surgical nursing trial quizzes Post published:October 22, 2022 Reading time:1 mins read Post author:Isaac D. Agyapong 123456789101112131415161718 0% 0 votes, 0 avg 5 Assessment and Management of Problems Related to male Reproductive Processes Quiz 1 / 18 1. Prostatic cancer commonly metastasizes to the: A. bone and lymph nodes. B. liver and spleen. C. lungs and pancreas. D. brain and bladder. 2 / 18 2. The 10-year survival rate for prostate cancer is: A. 25%. B. 50% C. 85% D. 100% 3 / 18 3. Enlargement of the prostate gland, benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH), is usually associated with: A. dysuria. B. dilation of the ureters. C. hydronephrosis. D. all of the above. 4 / 18 4. The incidence of BPH among men older than 60 years of age is: A. 35%. B. 50%. C. 65%. D. 80%. 5 / 18 5. Health education for a patient with prostatitis includes all of the following except: A. avoiding drinks that increase prostatic secretions. B. forcing fluids to prevent urine from backing up and distending the bladder. C. taking several hot sitz baths daily. D. using antibiotic therapy for 10 to 14 days. 6 / 18 6. Neonatal circumcision is an important protective measure against carcinoma of the: A. penis. B. testes. C. scrotum. D. urethra. 7 / 18 7. The closed surgical procedure for a prostatectomy uses which approach? A. Perineal B. Suprapubic C. Retropubic D. Transurethral 8 / 18 8. The racial group most likely to acquire and die from prostate cancer is: A. African Americans. B. Caucasians. C. Hispanics. D. Italians. 9 / 18 9. During the 2 months it takes for the prostatic fossa to heal, the patient is advised not to: A. engage in strenuous exercise. B. perform the Valsalva maneuver. C. take long automobile rides. D. do all of the above. 10 / 18 10. An expected postoperative outcome of prostatectomy is light pink urine within: A. 24 hours. B. 48 hours. C. 3 days. D. 1 week. 11 / 18 11. Patients undergoing open surgical removal of the prostate, using the perineal approach, seem to experience a high incidence of: A. paralytic ileus. B. pneumonia. C. impotence. D. all of the above. 12 / 18 12. In the 15- to 35-year-old age group, testicular cancer has a mortality rate of: A. 5%. B. 10% C. 20% D. 40% 13 / 18 13. One cause of infertility in men is a: A. hydrocele. B. varicocele. C. paraphimosis. D. phimosis. 14 / 18 14. The concentration of prostate-specific antigen (PSA) is proportional to the total prostatic mass. As a diagnostic tool, PSA would indicate all of the following except: A. local progression of the disease. B. patient responsiveness to cancer therapy. C. recurrence of prostate cancer. D. the presence of malignancy 15 / 18 15. Retroperitoneal lymphadenectomy after orchiectomy would probably lead to: A. altered libido. B. inability to have orgasm. C. infertility. D. all of the above. 16 / 18 16. In most instances, patients can be advised that sex can resume, after a prostatectomy, in about: A. 4 weeks. B. 2 months. C. 10 weeks. D. 4 months. 17 / 18 17. All of the following are true of priapism except that it: A. is a urologic emergency. B. may result in gangrene. C. is painless. D. may result in impotence. 18 / 18 18. As a cause of death in American men older than 55 years of age, cancer of the prostate ranks: A. first. B. second. C. third D. fourth PLEASE ENTER YOUR DETAILS FOR THE DELIVERY OF YOUR RESULT, THE QUESTIONS WITH ANSWERS, AND THE CERTIFICATE. IT IS, HOWEVER, NOT MANDATORY. YOU CAN CLICK “SEE RESULT” TO VIEW YOUR RESULT RIGHT AWAY. Your score is The average score is 19% LinkedIn Facebook Twitter VKontakte 0% Restart quiz Rate quiz Send feedback Share this:PrintWhatsAppTweetLike this:Like Loading... RELATED POSTS You Might Also Like Assessment of Renal and Urinary Tract Function Quiz October 19, 2022 Management of patients with Oncologic or Degenerative Neurologic disorders quiz September 22, 2022 Management of Patients with Renal Disorders Quiz October 19, 2022 Leave a Reply Cancel replyCommentEnter your name or username to comment Enter your email address to comment Enter your website URL (optional) Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Sign me up for the newsletter!