MN 551/ MN 551 Advanced Pathophysiology Unit 8 Quiz. A+ GRADED.Question 1 1 / 1 point
A 20-year-old male has been diagnosed with a chlamydial infection, ... [Show More] and his primary care provider is performing teaching in an effort to prevent the patient from infecting others in the future. Which of the following statements by the patient demonstrates the best understanding of his health problem?
“Even if I spread it to someone else, there's a good chance she won't have any symptoms or know she has it.”
“Each of the three stages of the disease seems to be worse than the previous one.”
“Even though I couldn't end up sterile, a woman that I give it to certainly could.”
“Either me or a partner could end up with an eye infection from chlamydia that could make us blind.”
Question 2 1 / 1 point
A 71-year-old man has visited his nurse practitioner for a check-up, during which the nurse practitioner has initiated a discussion about the patient's sexual function. Which of the following phenomena would the nurse practitioner most likely consider a pathological rather than an age-related change?
A decrease in the force of the man's ejaculation
Cessation of FSH production
A decrease in the size and firmness of the patient's testes
The presence of relative or absolute hypogonadism
Question 3 1 / 1 point
A 60-year-old woman who is 11 years menopausal has presented to the emergency department stating, “I haven't had my period in years, but lately I've been bleeding again, and quite heavily in the last few days.” The care team needs to rule out endometrial cancer. How should they best explain the most accurate plan for confirming or ruling out the diagnosis?
“We can do a Pap smear right now and we will get the results as soon as we can.”
“We are going to order blood work that will measure your hormone levels.”
“We're going to have to open your cervix with a speculum and take scrapings from the wall of your uterus.”
“We're going to book a CT scan for you as soon as possible so that we can see what is inside your uterus.”
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