PTG 105 -Exam 3- Lecture 18 -5

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  1. What is the prognosis for benign ovarian epithelial tumor?
  2. What is the treatment for Borderline epithlial ovarian tumors?
    Surgical removal and maybe chemotherapy
  3. What is the treatment for Malignant epithelial tumors of the ovaries?
    sugery and chemotherapy
  4. What is the prognosis for malignant epithelial ovarian tumors ?
    Poor survival
  5. What is the most common type of Germ cell tumor of the ovaries?
    Dermoid cyst/Teratoma
  6. What type of ovarian tumor is a dermoid cyst/Teratoma?
    Germ cell tumor
  7. What is a dermoidcyst/teratoma?
    Tumor of cells not usually in that area, composed of a variety of tissue including brain, skin, hair and cartilage
  8. What is a tumor made up of cells not usually in that area, composed of a variety of tissue including brain, skin, hair and cartilage?
    Teratoma/Dermoid cyst
  9. What is a common characteristic of Sexcord stromal tumors?
    Secrete male and female hormones that masculinize or feminize
  10. What type of ovarian tumor can masculinize or feminize by secreting mae or female sex hormones?
    Sex cord stromal tumor
  11. What are five potential complications of pregnancy?
    • Ectopic
    • Abortion
    • Gestational trophoblastic disease
    • Toxemis of pregnancy
    • Infections
  12. An ectopic pregnancy can occur outside of the fallopian tubes (T/F)?
    Tru, anywhere by but the uterus
  13. A pregnancy that occurs anywhere but the uterus is called what?
    An ectopic pregnancy
  14. Where is the most common site for an ectopic pregnancy?
    The fallopian tube
  15. What areas are uncommon for ectopic pregnancies?
    The ovary and abdominal wall
  16. What general type of diseases incresae the risk of ectopic prenancy?
    Those that damage teh fallopian tube and decrease th ability for an ovum to travel
  17. What are four risk factors for ectopic pregnancy?
    • PID/Salpingitis
    • STDs
    • tubal ligation
    • endometriosis
  18. PID/Salpingitis, endometriosis, STDs and tubal ligation all increase the risk factor of what disease?
    Ectopic pregnancy
  19. What percent of those with ectopic pregnancy have no risk factors?
  20. What risk factors do 29% of ectopic pregnancy sufferers have in common?
    No risk fators
  21. What is the most important risk facto for Ectopic pregnancy?
  22. What are the signs of an ectopic pregnancy before rupture?
    • Anemorrhea
    • Symptoms of pregnancy
    • Elevated HCG
  23. A person with Amenorrhea, syptoms of pregnancy and elevated HCG likely has what disease?
    Ectopic pregnancy prior to rupture
  24. What are the syptoms of a person who has an ectopic pregnancy that has ruptured?
    • Pain
    • Intraabdominal bleeding
    • Shock
    • May be fatal
  25. A person who has intrabdominal bleeding, shock and pain may have what disease?
    Ectopic pregnancy after rupture
  26. What is preeclampsia?
    • Hypertension
    • Proteinuria
    • Usually in the first pregnancy
  27. What group of people is preeclampsia most common in?
    Those of first pregnancy
  28. Sever cases of preeclampsia are called:
  29. What are the symptoms of eclampsia?
    Proteinuria, hypertension, third trimester, hyperreflexia and seizures
  30. What disease manifests as hypertension, proteinuria, third trimester, hyperreflexia and seizures?
  31. Eclampsia is a benign issue (T/F)?
    No it can be fatal to both mother and child
  32. What is the treatment for eclampsia?
  33. What is the pathogenisis of eclampsia?
    • Reduced blood flow to the placenta:
    • Placental infarcts
    • acute atherosis (wall thickening of vessels)
  34. What disease has the pathogenisis of thickening plactenal vessel walls (acute atherosis) and placental infarcts?
  35. What disease is treated by delivery?
  36. What is gestational trophoblastic disease?
    Tumor that begins in the placenta
  37. A tumor that begins in the placenta is called what?
    Genstational Trophoblastic Disease
  38. What do all types of Gestational Trophoblastic Disease secrete?
  39. What are the three types of Gestational Trophoblastic Disease?
    • Hydatidiform mole
    • Invasive mole
    • Choriocarcinoma
  40. Hydatidiform moles, choriocarcinoma and invasive mole are all forms of what disease?
    Gestational Trophoblastic Disease
  41. What is the benign type of gestational trophoblastic disease?
    Hydatidiform mole
  42. What are the characterisitcs of Hydatidiform mole (Gestational Trophoblastic Disease)?
    • Benign
    • Grape like masses of placental villi
  43. Which type of Gestational Trophoblastic disease is benign and has grape like masses of placental villi?
    Hydatidiform mole
  44. What are the characteristics of an Invasive mole (Gestational Trophoblastic disease)?
    • Locally invasive
    • Invades the uterine muscle wall
  45. What type of Gestational trophoblastic disease is locally invasive and invades the uterine wall?
    Invasive moles
  46. What are the Characterisitcs of Choriocarcinoma?
    • Non-pregnant women
    • Invasive
    • Highly malignant
    • Arising from placental or germ cell tissue
    • Can spread to lungs, etc.
  47. What type of Gestational Trophoblastic disease is highly malignant, occurs in women who are not pregnant, arises from placental or germ cells and can spread to the lungs, etc.?
  48. What percent of arise from a Hydatidiform mole?
  49. 50% of Choriocarcinoma arise from what other disease form?
    Hydatidiform mole
  50. What percent of Choriocarcinoma arise after an abortion?
  51. 25% of of Choriocarcinoma arise after what occurance?
  52. What percent of Choriocarcinoma arise after a normal pregnancy?
  53. 22% of Choriocarcinomas arise after what occurance?
    Normal pregnancy
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PTG 105 -Exam 3- Lecture 18 -5
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PTG 105 Exam Lecture 18

PTG 105 -Exam 3- Lecture 18 -5
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