Management of Patients with Oral and Esophageal Disoders Quiz

Management of Patients with Oral and Esophageal Disoders Quiz
Management of Patients with Oral and Esophageal Disoders Quiz

0 votes, 0 avg

Management of Patients with Oral and Esophageal Disoders Quiz

1 / 22

1. A patient complains about an inflamed salivary gland below his right ear. The nurse documents probable inflammation of which gland(s)?

2 / 22

2. Preventive orthodontics for malocclusion can start as early as age:

3 / 22

3. Mumps, a viral infection affecting children, is usually an inflammation of which gland(s)?

4 / 22

4. Actinic cheilitis is a lip lesion that results from sun exposure and can lead to squamous cell carcinoma. It is evidenced by:

5 / 22

5. A nurse knows that adequate nutrition is related to good dental health. As part of health assessment, a nurse also knows that about what percentage of adults 45 to 64 years of age have severe periodontal disease?

6 / 22

6. The nurse suspects that a patient who presents with the symptom of food “sticking” in the lower portion of the esophagus may have the motility disorder known as:

7 / 22

7. Parotitis, frequently seen in the elderly or debilitated patient, is usually caused by:

8 / 22

8. Cancer of the esophagus occurs primarily in:

9 / 22

9. A common lesion of the mouth that is also referred to as a “canker sore” is:

10 / 22

10. Postoperative nursing care for drainage of a dentoalveolar or periapical abscess includes all of the following except:

11 / 22

11. A common postoperative complication of esophageal surgery for cancer is:

12 / 22

12. Usually, the first symptom associated with esophageal disease is:

13 / 22

13. Intervention for a person who has swallowed strong acid includes all of the following except:

14 / 22

14. A hiatal hernia involves:

15 / 22

15. The most common symptom that patients with gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD) mention is:

16 / 22

16. A nurse inspects the Stensen duct of the parotid gland to determine inflammation and possible obstruction. The nurse would examine the oral cavity in the area of the:

17 / 22

17. Neoplasms of the salivary glands:

18 / 22

18. A common disease of oral tissue characterized by painful, inflamed, and swollen gums is:

19 / 22

19. The most common site for cancer of the oral cavity is the:

20 / 22

20. The typical lesion in oral cancer can be described as:

21 / 22

21. If detected early, prior to lymph node involvement, the 5-year survival rate for oral cancer is about what percent?

22 / 22

22. The incidence of most dental caries is directly related to an increase in the dietary intake of:


Your score is

The average score is 63%


Rate quiz

Leave a Reply