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1

if a pt comes in with a PSA level of 5, what are you concerned about?

prostate cancer

2

we're sing a redlight on the male testicles and its glowing red, what do we call this?

Hydrocele

3

when is the best time to perform TSE? (testicular self exam)

in the shower with warm water

4

while assessing for male infertility, what is one thing we use o test for sperm analysis?

under microscope

5

for ladies that have cramping after sex and abdominal pain, what is the possible cause of this?

endometriosis

6

what is a common complication of endometriosis?

constriction of the bowels and ureters

7

four causes of erectile dysfunction?

  • smoking
  • illicit drug use
  • diabetes
  • atherosclerosis

8

when treating a 14 yr old male, what is the priority intervention? (anxiety)

encourage the expression of feelings

9

pt post prostate sx is complaining of urinary incontinence, when does it resolve?

typically, within 6 mos

10

widely common prostatectomy, where instrument is inserted into the urethra and various techniques are used to destroy or remove portions of the enlarged prostate?

TURP- transurethral resection of the prostate

11

radical orectomy (testical removal), what is the numnber 1 thing we talk about to the patient?

if they are planning a family in the future, the option of sperm banking for future use.

12

what are 2 male disorders that cause nausea and vomiting?

  • testicular torsion (usually the left one)
  • epididymitis

13

which of the 2 disorders (epididymitis or testicular torsion) causes fever and chills?

epididymitis

14

what is culdoscopy?

  • visualization of cervix
  • done by scope
  • pt in lithotomy or knee to chest position
  • looking for ectopic pregnancy, pelvic masses, and causes for infertility

15

patient teaching for culdoscopy

  • nothing should be inserted in to vagina for 3 days
  • n o sex, tampon use, douching ect

16

OTC recommendations for osteoporosis prevention

  • natural vitamin E with mixed tocopherols (400-800 IU PO daily)
  • vitamin B complex (200 mg PO daily)
  • Calcium (155mg with vitamin D)

17

what complication is a prolonged erection?

priaprism, it emergent. notify provider immediately.

18

how long should the male obstain from ejaculation/sex?

2-3 days

19

pt comes in to appt for semen analysis without obstainig 2-3 days, what do you do?

reschedule appt

20

what are complications of peyronie disease?

inteferes with vaginal penetration

21

what causes peyronie's?

trauma and plaque formation (fibrous tissue)

22

what medications are used for acute bacterial prostitis?

  • antibacterials (6 wk course)
  • antiinflammatory

23

invasive procedure to visualize pelvic cavity?

culdoscopy

24

symptoms of PID?

  • lower abdominal pain
  • dysuria
  • chills and fever
  • foul smelling discharge
  • dyspareunia
  • inflammation and skin breakdown of the vulva

25

expected findings of cervical cancer?

bloody vaginal discharge

26

are breast cancer nodules painful?

false

27

breast cancer risk factors?

  • family hx
    • starting menses younger than 11
    • BRCA 1 and BRCA 2
    • having 1st child after 30

28

what is the criteria for menopause?

absence of menstrual cycle for >1 yr

29

patient care for pt with removal of axillary lymph nodes?

elevate arms above heart, to move fluids and avoid lymphaditis

30

what can endometriosis cause?

infertility