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Review of material for final exam in Assessment class. Abdomen, Respiratory, male & female genitalia.

  
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1.  What is hypospadius?
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2.  An 18 y/o college student presents to your office for evaluation of rectal bleeding. You obtain a more thorough history and find that the blood was seen when she wiped after having a bowel movement; she has been constipated and has needed to strain to move her bowels. She denies a family history of colon cancer of inflammatory bowel disease. On physical examination, you note a 1 cm round mass at the 10 o’clock position at the rectum externally. What is your most likely diagnosis?
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3.  A 15 year old high school student presents to the clinic with a 1 day history of nausea and anorexia.  He describes the pain as generalized yesterday, but today it has localized to his right lower quadrant.  You palpate the left lower quadrant and the patient experiences pain in the right lower quadrant.  What is the name of this sign?
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4.  What is the first thing we ask the client before assessing the abdomen?
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5.  You are reading an ABG for a patient who has overdosed cocaine. The ABG looks like this:pH 7.30     CO2 60      HCO3    26     What is this indicative of?
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6.  You are percussing the chest of a patient with emphysema, what sound would you expect to hear?
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7.  What is Balanitis?
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8.  You are assessing for tactile fremitus on a patient you suspect has a pneumothorax. Which finding would help to cofirm your suspicion?
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9.  What would you expect to see on an ABG for a patient who has had severe nauseau and vomitting for several days & NG suctioning of their stomach?
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10.  A 18 year old high school student presents to his family doctor’s office for evaluation of acute onset of pain in the left testicle.  He has had no problems until this morning.  The pain has been intermittent, sharp, and radiates into the left groin.  On physical examination, the testicle feels swollen and is tender to palpation.  What is your most likely diagnosis
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11.  You are doing an abdominal assessment on a 50 yr old male and notice parietal pain and guarding on expiration. This would be suggestive of what?
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12.  You are in the emergency room assessing a patient with abdominal pain and fever.  You are performing an abdominal examination to assess for peritoneal signs.  Which one of the following is NOT a peritoneal sign?
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13.  A 19 year old college athlete presents to the student health center for evaluation of penile pain.  He is sexually active and his last sexual encounter was one week ago.  He has had more than 5 partners in his lifetime to date.  You inspect his penis and see a cluster of small vesicles and a few swallow ulcerated areas.  Your diagnosis based on this history and the physical examination is:
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14.  After what age should all men start receiving yearly PSA's and colonoscopy's?
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15.  Which breath sounds should be heard over the majority of the chest upon auscultation?
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16.  What is Ascites?
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17.  You are performing abdominal palpation on a 78 yr old Female. She states she emptied her bladder immediately prior to your exam, yet you can easily palpate the urinary bladder. Is this normal?
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18.  A 22 year old celebrity with a known history of intravenous drug use presents to the emergency room for evaluation of a 5 day history of nausea, emesis, and right upper quadrant abdominal pain.  On general survey, he appears ill and his skin is distinctly yellow.  He has a temperature of 102.5 F and a heart rate of 112 bpm.  You provisionally diagnose him with acute hepatitis.  What would you expect to find on abdominal examination?
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19.  You are visually assessing a 48 yr old Male in the ER. He came in for abdominal pain and nausea/vomitting. He states he has a lot of pain after eating and his stomach is swollen. You notice a small red circle around his belly button. What is your most likely diagnosis?
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20.  With which illness may you see a Pigeon Breast?
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21.  Icterus is a yellow discoloration of....
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22.  According to our notes, which of the following pts would qualify as abusing alcohol?
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23.  As part of a routine checkup, you are examining the prostate of a 55 y/o man. He denies nocturia and urinary hesitancy. On physical exam, you palpate the prostate gland and feel a mass. Which of the following descriptors would you use to characterize this mass?
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24.  Which one of the following positions is acceptable for examining the anus and rectum?
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25.  A 19 year old college student presents to the emergency room for sudden onset of dyspnea.  The general survey reveals that she is 6 feet 2 inches tall and weighs 135 pounds.  She denies fever, chills, cough, and sore throat.  She is a nonsmoker.  You suspect that she has a pneumothorax.  What findings would you expect with percussion of the thorax?
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26.  Upon auscultation in a patient with COPD, you would expect to hear:
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27.  What is Paraphimosis?
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28.    A 24 y/o computer programmer presents to your office for evaluation of pain in the anal region. He is sexually active with the opposite sex. He denies bleeding from the rectum. He denies fever or chills. On physical exam, you note a tender, shallow, ulcerated lesion at the 10 o’clock position on the external anal region. What is your most likely diagnosis?
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29.  A 42 year old waitress presents to your office for evaluation of shortness of breath.  She has had a fever as high as 103F for the last few days and has a cough productive of green sputum.  On physical examination, you hear crackles in her lungs.  A chest radiograph reveals a consolidation in the left lower lobe.  You diagnose her with lobar pneumonia.  When you perform tactile fremitus of the left lower thorax, you would expect the fremitus to be:
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