final quiz repro diseases 1.txt

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reproductive diseases quiz #1 final review
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  1. Site of release : Hypothalamus
    gonadotropin releasing hormone
  2. Site of release : Ovary
    estrogen and progesterone
  3. Site of release : Pituitary
    follicle-stimulating hormone and lutenizing hormone
  4. All of the following are diagnostic procedures used during pelvic examination of the female reproductive system except
    pyeloscopy
  5. Diagnostic procedures of the female reproductive system include all of the following except
    antigen testing for syphilis
  6. All of the following statements regarding cervical cancer are correct except
    carcinoma in situ is less common than invasive cervical cancer
  7. Which of the following is not considerred a risk factor for cervical cancer
    monogamous relationship
  8. Although the cause of endometrial cancer is unknown, which hormone is thought to play a major role in its development
    estrogen
  9. All of the following are considered risk factors for endometrial cancer except
    fertility
  10. Which statement best describes the progression of endometrial cancer
    uterus only, uterus and cervix, lymph node involvement, metastasizes to other organs
  11. All of the the following statements regarding fibroid tumors are correct except
    it is a malignancy of uterine smooth muscle
  12. All of the following are considered risk factors for ovarian cancer except
    early menopause
  13. Potential ways to reduce risk for ovarian cancer include all of the following except
    fertility medications
  14. All of the following statements regarding breast cancer are correct except
    there are severe symptoms seen in early breast cancer
  15. Treatment regimen : surgery, chemotherapy, hormone therapy and biologic therapy
    Stage III
  16. Treatment regimen : surgery, radiation, chemotherapy, hormonal therapy or a combination of treatments
    Stage IV
  17. Treatment regimen : lumpectomy plus radiation or mastectomy
    Stage 0 and ductal carcinoma in situ (DCIS)
  18. Treatment regimen : lumpectomy plus radiation or mastectomy with some sort of lymph node removal and hormone therapy, chemotherapy and biologic therapy
    Stage I and II
  19. This benign breast condition is made of glandular and fibrous breast tissue and is sometimes described as "breast mice"
    breast fibroadenoma
  20. This benign breast condition is not preventable and breasts are found to be swollen and tender, with one or more lumps; estrogen and progesterone may be involved
    breast fibrocystic changes
  21. This benign breast condition is comprised of tiny, fluid-filled sacs withing breast tissue that may vary in size during the menstrual cycle
    breast cyst
  22. This menstrual disorder is defined as painful or difficult menses
    dysmenorrhea
  23. This menstrual disorder is defined as excessive or prolonged bleeding during menstruation
    menorrhagia
  24. This menstrual disorder is defined as bleeding between menstrual periods or irregularity of the menstrual cycle
    metrorrhagia
  25. This menstrual disorder is defined as the absence of menstruation
    amenorrhea

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