Question 1: When palpating the cervix during the bimanual exam, cervical motion tenderness (chandelier sign) is noted. This tenderness could be suggestive of:
Question 2: In a female diagnosed with a first-degree uterine prolapse, the cervix:
3: Daughters of women who took Diethylstilbestrol (DES) during pregnancy are at a high risk for developing all of the following abnormalities except:
4: A female patient presents with a profuse, yellowish, green vaginal discharge that is malodorous. This vaginal discharge is most consistent with:
5: The most common causes of sexual problems in females are …..
6: Chronic pelvic pain refers to pain that does not respond to therapy and:
7: In female patients with dyspareunia, superficial pain is most likely related to all of the following except: NR 509 APEA EXAM – WOMEN’S HEALTH.
8: If urethritis or inflammation of the paraurethral glands is suspected in a female patient, the index finger should be inserted into the vagina and:
9: Upon examination of the vagina, a swollen red ring is noted around the urethral opening. This finding is most consistent with a:
10: When performing a bimanual vaginal exam, a solid, nodular-like lesion is palpated over the right ovary. This finding is most consistent with:
11: Indications for performing a rectovaginal exam include all of the following except to:
12: Examination of a female patient’s right breast reveals a retraction of the nipple and areola. This finding is consistent with: NR 509 APEA EXAM – WOMEN’S HEALTH.
13: To assess pelvic floor muscle strength during the bimanual vaginal exam, have the patient squeeze around the inserted fingers for as long as possible. To consider full strength, snug compression should last for: