Management of Patients with Female Reproductive Disorders Quiz
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Management of Patients with Female Reproductive Disorders Quiz

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1. The percentage of women in their 20s who acquire HIV is:

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2. A risk factor(s) for women diagnosed with pelvic inflammatory disease (PID) annually in the United States is (are):

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3. Conditions that increase a woman’s chances of developing candidiasis, caused by Candida albicans, include:

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4. Women who experience postmenopausal bleeding have what percentage of a chance of developing cancer of the uterus?

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5. The risk of ovarian cancer for women over their lifetime is:

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6. Nursing interventions for the relief of pain and discomfort for a woman with a vulvovaginal infection include:

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7. A postmenopausal woman who has irregular uterine or vaginal bleeding should be encouraged by a nurse to:

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8. The leading cause of new HIV infection in women is:

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9. Mrs. Schurman’s treatment involves taking oral danazol (Danocrine), 800 mg/day, for 9 months. Danazol is:

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10. The two chief symptoms of early carcinoma of the cervix are:

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11. A diagnosis of stage III ovarian cancer indicates that growth involves:

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12. The most common symptom of cancer of the vulva is:

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13. The incidence of chlamydia and gonorrhea infections in young females in the United States is:

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14. The nurse knows that a patient diagnosed with Bartholinitis would most likely be infected with:

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15. By incidence, where does cervical cancer rank among the most common female reproductive cancers?

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16. As a cause of cancer deaths related to the female reproductive system, ovarian cancer ranks:

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17. Postoperative nursing care for a simple vulvectomy should include:

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18. Risk factors commonly associated with cancer of the cervix include:

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19. The percentage of women who have both chlamydia and gonorrhea is:

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20. The bacterium responsible for mucopurulent cervicitis is:

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21. Using the International Classification of Carcinoma of the Uterine Cervix, a stage II Pap smear result indicates:

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22. Metronidazole (Flagyl) is the recommended treatment for a vaginal infection caused by:

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23. The most common sexually transmitted disease among young, sexually active people is:

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24. Cancer of the uterus is the most common pelvic neoplasm in women; among cancers for women, it ranks:

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25. Women who have the BRCA1 and BRCA2 genes have a lifetime risk of developing ovarian cancer as high as:

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26. The primary treatment for vulvar malignancy is:

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