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1. Permanent, irreversible dilation or distortion of the bronchi, resulting from
destruction of muscular bronchial wall, describes (Points : 1)

2. The human immunodeficiency viral (HIV) infection and the acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS) epidemic have contributed to an increase of tuberculosis in the United States. (Points : 1)

3. Pain is usually the initial symptom of gastric cancer. (Points : 1)

4. A condition in which out-pouches of the mucosa penetrate weak points in the
muscular layer of the large intestine is called (Points : 1)
hiatal hernia.

5. The primary treatment of gastric cancer may include (Points : 1)
control of symptoms by using Valsalva's maneuver.
antibiotic therapy, bland diet, and antiinflammatory drugs.
gastric resection usually followed by chemoradiotherapy.
none of the above.

6. The most serious complications of bulimia and anorexia nervosa include (Points : 1)
loss of weight.
denial and anger.
electrolyte imbalance and cardiac irregularities.
a morbid fear of being fat.

7. Early detection of lung cancer has been proven to improve survival. (Points : 1)

8. Vitamin D is considered highly toxic especially in infants and children. (Points : 1)

9. The diagnostic evaluation for peptic ulcers might include (Points : 1)
endoscopy and biopsy of the lesion.
patient history.
upper GI barium series and the study of gastric contents and stool for evidence of bleeding.
all of the above.

10. Cholelithiasis, which causes obstruction of bile ducts, causes the patient to
experience (Points : 1)
colicky pain, rectal bleeding, and hobnail liver.
no symptoms at all.
colicky pain over McBurney's point.
biliary colic, with radiating pain, and jaundice.

11. The earliest signs of colorectal cancer are (Points : 1)
often vague and nonspecific.
obvious and easy to detect in most cases.
an intestinal obstruction, intestinal rupture, and peritonitis.
all of the above.

12. The management of peptic ulcers may necessitate (Points : 1)
rest, changes in diet, adjustments of lifestyle, and drug therapy.
the use of an ulcerogenic drug and surgical intervention.
increased physical activity.
all of the above.

13. Abdominal discomfort with maximum tenderness of the abdomen at McBurney's
point, nausea, vomiting, fever, diarrhea, or constipation, are clinical signs of (Points : 1)
hiatal hernia.
gastric cancer.

14. Mechanical obstruction of the bowel can result from (Points : 1)
ileus or a paralytic condition of the small bowel.
the use of broad spectrum antibiotics.
neoplasm, fecal impaction, volvulus, or intussusception.
none of the above.

15. "Traveler's diarrhea," a common syndrome of gastroenteritis, is usually caused by (Points : 1)
ingestion of food or water contaminated with bacteria.
a virus.
a drug reaction.
an allergic reaction.

16. Gingivitis that is not treated may lead to (Points : 1)
discoloration of the teeth.
impacted molars.

17. The common cold is a group of minor illnesses caused by (Points : 1)
almost 200 viruses or from mycoplasma.
all of the above.

18. Agents that may damage the gastric lining and cause gastritis include (Points : 1)
medications, poisons, alcohol, and infectious diseases.
mechanical injury.
allergic reaction or irritation from foods.
all of the above.

19. Cancer of the pancreas is twice as common in men as women and is the fourth leading cause of cancer-related death in the United States.
(Points : 1)

20. A crooked nasal septum or deviated septum can cause (Points : 1)
compromise of the air passage.
increased tendency to sinusitis.
cosmetic concern.
all of the above.

21. Cardiomyopathy is a noninflammatory disease of the cardiac muscle. (Points : 1)

22. The procedure where a catheter with a balloon is threaded into a coronary artery and
expanded to compress the plaque and widen the lumen is called (Points : 1)
coronary artery bypass.
magnetic resonance imaging (MRI).
none of the above.

23. Symptoms of cardiovascular disease include (Points : 1)
chest pain, fatigue, and fainting.
rapid heart beat and palpitations.
cyanosis, edema, and dyspnea.
all of the above.

24. Transfusion incompatibility reactions are always fatal. (Points : 1)

25. The patient who complains of sudden onset of severe headache, blurred vision, and
dyspnea may be suffering from (Points : 1)
congestive heart failure.
myocardial infarction.
malignant hypertension.
angina pectoris.

26. Patients with mitral valve prolapse experience severe crushing chest pain and syncope. (Points : 1)

27. Acute or chronic inflammation of the sac enclosing the heart is (Points : 1)
rheumatic fever.

28. The patient who experiences gradually increasing dyspnea, anxiety, and edema of the
feet and ankles may be suffering from (Points : 1)
congestive heart failure.
myocardial infarction.
malignant hypertension.
angina pectoris.

29. Noninflammatory disease of the heart muscle with enlargement of the myocardium
and ventricular dysfunction refers to (Points : 1)
rheumatic fever.
mitral stenosis.
none of the above.

30. The condition in which the patient experiences chest pain with exertion is (Points : 1)
angina pectoris.
coronary artery disease.
myocardial infarction.
congestive heart failure.

31. Medical intervention for varicose veins includes (Points : 1)
rest and elevation of the legs.
exercise, warm soaks, and support stockings.
surgical intervention or injection of a sclerosing agent into the vein.
all of the above.

32. The cause of essential hypertension is unknown. (Points : 1)

33. Treatment of cardiac tamponade includes (Points : 1)
drainage of the blood in the pericardium.
drug therapy.
watchful waiting.
none of the above.

34. Myocardial infarction is the death of myocardial tissue caused by ischemia. (Points : 1)

35. The patient experiencing crushing chest pain, dyspnea, diaphoresis, and anxiety
usually is suffering from (Points : 1)
congestive heart failure.
myocardial infarction.
none of the above.

36. Mitral stenosis usually is the result of rheumatic heart disease. (Points : 1)

37. Sickle cell anemia is asymptomatic. (Points : 1)

38. Interference with the conduction system of the heart may be the source of (Points : 1)
essential hypertension.
cardiac arrhythmias.
all of the above.

39. Joint and bone pain, fever, weight loss, fatigue, weakness, hepatomegaly,
splenomegaly, and enlarged lymph glands are typical symptoms of (Points : 1)
varicose veins.
Raynaud disease.

40. Fluid shift into the extravascular spaces of the lungs with accompanying dyspnea,
coughing, and bloody, frothy sputum is indicative of (Points : 1)
myocardial infarction.
pulmonary edema.
angina pectoris.
none of the above.

41. Alcohol, recreational drugs, antihistamines, diuretics, and drugs used to treat hypertension can cause impotence. (Points : 1)

42. Either men or women can experience dyspareunia, but it is more common in women. (Points : 1)

43. The symptoms and signs of toxemia in pregnancy, preeclampsia, and eclampsia
include (Points : 1)
hypertension, edema, protein in the urine, and convulsions.
hypotension and other indications of shock.
symptoms that mimic pregnancy.
none of the above.

44. Risk factors that place women at a higher risk for cancer of the breast include (Points : 1)
family history, being over age 50, and a history of exposure to radiation or carcinogens.
never having been pregnant or a first pregnancy after age 35.
an early menarche or menopause occurring after age 50.
all of the above.

45. Catheterization may be indicated before or after surgery (or both), to relieve urinary retention, to obtain a sterile urine specimen, to irrigate the bladder, or to treat urinary incontinence. (Points : 1)

46. The treatment of genital herpes is directed at (Points : 1)
curing the disease.
preventing transmission at all times.
reducing the duration and frequency of outbreaks.
all of the above.

47. The cause of neurogenic bladder, a bladder control dysfunction, is (Points : 1)
damage to the brain, spinal cord, or nerves supplying the lower urinary tract.
renal calculi.
acute renal failure.

48. There are various possible causes of male or female infertility, including the presence of an STD. (Points : 1)

49. In pregnancy, when the placenta is implanted in the lower uterine segment and
encroaches on the internal cervical os causing vaginal bleeding, the condition is
called (Points : 1)
ectopic pregnancy.
hyperemesis gravidarum.
abruptio placentae.
placenta previa.

50. Testicular cancer is most common in men over age 60. (Points : 1)

51. The cause of toxic shock syndrome is thought to be (Points : 1)
unprotected sexual intercourse.
estrogen replacement therapy.
staphylococcal toxin found in superabsorbent tampon fibers.
all of the above.

52. Endometrial cancer is (Points : 1)
primarily a disease of postmenopausal women.
is often due to high cumulative exposure to estrogen.
may be detected on a routine Pap smear.
all of the above.

53. Acute glomerulonephritis usually follows (Points : 1)
infection by Group A beta hemolytic streptococcus.
kidney trauma.
excessive calcium in the blood.
all of the above.

54. Glomerulosclerosis describes renal changes, which are due to a systemic endocrine disease and are typical of (Points : 1)
diabetic neuropathy.
none of the above.

55. The treatment of renal calculi might include (Points : 1)
relief of pain, lithotripsy, surgical intervention, increased fluid intake, and diuretics.
dialysis, kidney transplant, and antibiotic therapy.
both of the above.
neither of the above.

56. The leading cause of deaths attributed to the female reproductive system is (Points : 1)
breast cancer.
uterine cancer.
ovarian cancer.

57. Hyperemesis gravidarum is usually self-limiting and transient. (Points : 1)

58. Dialysis filters out unwanted elements from the blood, usually removed by healthy
kidneys; thus (Points : 1)
dialysis is considered a cure for kidney failure.
the body's proper fluid, electrolyte, and acid-base balance is maintained.
dialysis is never used until the symptoms of ultimately fatal uremia develop.
all of the above.

59. Lithotripsy is a procedure used to examine the urinary tract. (Points : 1)

60. Invasive cervical cancer (Points : 1)
has no identifiable risk factors.
is often considered a preventable disease.
is most commonly diagnosed before the age of 35.
is none of the above.

61. Paralysis of all four extremities is known as (Points : 1)

62. The condition that involves progressive destruction of motor neurons resulting in
muscle atrophy is called (Points : 1)
Parkinson disease.
Guillain-Barré syndrome.
Huntington's chorea.

63. Major depression can lead to suicidal thoughts and actions that must be taken seriously for effective intervention. (Points : 1)

64. Identifiable causes of mental retardation include (Points : 1)
genetic disorders, infection, trauma or poisoning.
early alterations in embryonic development and general medical conditions.
prematurity or hypoxia.
all of the above.

65. An acute rapidly progressive disease of the spinal nerves with progressive muscle
weakness and paralysis in a 24- to 72-hour period may be indicative of (Points : 1)
Parkinson disease.
Guillain-Barré syndrome.
Huntington's chorea.

66. The phases of the grief process are (Points : 1)
denial, anger, bargaining, depression, and acceptance.
not identifiable.
depression, bargaining, anger, and denial.
none of the above.

67. A major factor that creates and maintains stuttering is (Points : 1)
vitamin deficiency.
none of the above.

68. Nuchal rigidity, headache, and photopia are symptomatic of (Points : 1)
trigeminal neuralgia.
postpolio syndrome.
meningeal irritation or meningitis.

69. TIA and transient global amnesia (TGA) are the same thing. (Points : 1)

70. Spinal stenosis contributes to sciatic pain caused by a narrowing of the spinal canal that causes compression of spinal nerve roots. (Points : 1)

71. The patient with ____ experiences excruciating pain that radiates along the fifth
cranial nerve distribution, affecting any of the branches. (Points : 1)
tic douloureux
peripheral neuritis
trigeminal neuralgia
tic douloureux and trigeminal neuralgia

72. A collection or mass of blood that forms between the skull and the dura mater is
termed a(an) (Points : 1)
subdural hematoma.
epidural hematoma.

73. Nerves that transmit impulses toward the brain and spinal cord are (Points : 1)

74. Anxiety disorders include (Points : 1)
panic disorders.
phobic disorders.
obsessive-compulsive disorder.
all of the above.

75. Treatment of major depressive disorder includes (Points : 1)
electroconvulsive therapy.
antidepressant drug therapy.
all of the above.

76. Temporary episodes of impaired neurologic functioning caused by inadequate blood
flow to a portion of the brain are termed (Points : 1)
transient ischemic attacks (TIAs).
mini strokes.
b and c.

77. Criteria for the diagnosis of mental retardation include limitation in at least two of the
following. (Points : 1)
Communication, health, safety, and self care
Social or interpersonal skills, self direction, and home living
Adaptive functioning
All of the above

78. Nerves that transmit impulses away from the brain and spinal cord to the muscles and
glands are (Points : 1)
efferent and sensory.

79. ____ is the result of the bones of the floor of the cranial vault being broken. (Points : 1)
Depressed fracture
Basilar fracture

80. Possible causes of peripheral neuritis include (Points : 1)
chronic alcohol intoxication, toxicity, and infectious diseases.
history of head injury or skull fractures.
stress, a noisy environment, and edema in the blood vessels.
there are no known causes.

81. Complications of survivors of lightning strikes include (Points : 1)
cervical spine injuries.
ruptured tympanic membranes.
all of the above.

82. In electrical shock the current (Points : 1)
follows the path of least resistance.
always enters the heart.
destroys the brain tissue.
none of the above.

83. Treatment of a puncture wound includes (Points : 1)
brisk scrubbing of the area with a brush.
copious irrigation of the wound.
approximation of the wound edges for suturing.
all of the above.

84. The rule of nines is used to calculate (Points : 1)
cardiac or respiratory failure.
the percentage of body surface affected by burns.
the type of thermal trauma.
all of the above.

85. Victims of elder abuse are eager to admit to being victims. (Points : 1)

86. Carpal tunnel syndrome involves entrapment of the median nerve. (Points : 1)

87. Tetanus toxoid prophylaxis is important in any person who has sustained open trauma
because (Points : 1)
boosters are required throughout life.
tetanus toxoid is a broad-spectrum antibiotic.
organisms that cause tetanus enter the body directly into the bloodstream through wounds.
all of the above.

88. Treatment of snakebite includes (Points : 1)
keeping the victim quiet and transporting to an emergency facility.
putting a tourniquet around the limb.
applying ice.
all of the above.

89. The individual who has a body temperature above 105º F; red, hot, and dry skin;
headache; dizziness; and shortness of breath is experiencing (Points : 1)
heat exhaustion.
heat stroke.
all of the above.

90. Foreign bodies in the ear may include (Points : 1)
bugs and insects.
cereal, peas, beans, grapes and pebbles.
all of the above.

91. Only women are victims of spousal abuse. (Points : 1)

92. The legal responsibilities of the health care provider in battered spouse syndrome (Points : 1)
are not in the scope of concern.
vary from facility to facility.
vary by state but should be known.
all of the above.

93. Physical patterns observed in child abuse include (Points : 1)
bruising and burns.
observable injuries such as teeth marks.
welts and fractures.
all of the above.

94. DNA-parentage testing is conclusive in determining genetic profiles of the mother, child, and father. (Points : 1)

95. Compression of the brachial plexus nerves may also be called (Points : 1)
thoracic outlet syndrome.
tennis elbow.
trigger finger.

96. A soft tissue injury in which the outer layer of the skin has been scraped away is an (Points : 1)

97. Treatment of frostbite includes vigorous massage of the affected area. (Points : 1)

98. The person suffering from hypothermia experiences (Points : 1)
all of the above.

99. There are no specific tests or documentation procedures available for the rape victim. (Points : 1)

100. Rust rings on the cornea may be the result of foreign bodies in the eye. (Points : 1)

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