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<H1 NUM=”2″>Chapter 2</H1>

<H2 NUM=”1″>Multiple Choice</H2>

<INSTR><P>Choose the one alternative that best completes the statement or answers the question.</P></INSTR>

<MCQ NUM=”1″><P><INST>1.    </INST>The pregnant client will soon deliver a baby, head first. This presentation is known as:</P>

<ANS NUM=”1″><P><INST>A.  </INST>caudal</P></ANS>

<ANS NUM=”2″><P><INST>B.  </INST>cephalic</P></ANS>

<ANS NUM=”3″><P><INST>C.  </INST>distal</P></ANS>

<ANS NUM=”4″><P><INST>D.  </INST>ventral</P></ANS></MCQ>

<MCQ NUM=”2″><P><INST>2.    </INST>In a dorsal recumbent position, the client is lying on his/her:</P>

<ANS NUM=”1″><P><INST>A.  </INST>back</P></ANS>

<ANS NUM=”2″><P><INST>B.  </INST>front</P></ANS>

<ANS NUM=”3″><P><INST>C.  </INST>left side</P></ANS>

<ANS NUM=”4″><P><INST>D.  </INST>right side</P></ANS></MCQ>

<MCQ NUM=”3″><P><INST>3.    </INST>If a physician ordered a lateral chest x-ray, the x-ray will be taken from which view?</P>

<ANS NUM=”1″><P><INST>A.  </INST>back</P></ANS>

<ANS NUM=”2″><P><INST>B.  </INST>front</P></ANS>

<ANS NUM=”3″><P><INST>C.  </INST>side</P></ANS>

<ANS NUM=”4″><P><INST>D.  </INST>top</P></ANS></MCQ>

<MCQ NUM=”4″><P><INST>4.    </INST>The patient has an injury on his shin. The nurse should check the circulation distal to the point of injury. The nurse should check circulation in the:</P>

<ANS NUM=”1″><P><INST>A.  </INST>calf</P></ANS>

<ANS NUM=”2″><P><INST>B.  </INST>foot</P></ANS>

<ANS NUM=”3″><P><INST>C.  </INST>knee</P></ANS>

<ANS NUM=”4″><P><INST>D.  </INST>thigh</P></ANS></MCQ>

<MCQ NUM=”5″><P><INST>5.   </INST>The medical term for pertaining to below a reference point is:</P>

<ANS NUM=”1″><P><INST>A.  </INST>distal</P></ANS>

<ANS NUM=”2″><P><INST>B.  </INST>inferior</P></ANS>

<ANS NUM=”3″><P><INST>C.  </INST>lateral</P></ANS>

<ANS NUM=”4″><P><INST>D.  </INST>posterior</P></ANS></MCQ>

<MCQ NUM=”6″><P><INST>6.   </INST>What is part of the viscera of the abdominal cavity?</P>

<ANS NUM=”1″><P><INST>A.  </INST>bladder</P></ANS>

<ANS NUM=”2″><P><INST>B.  </INST>brain</P></ANS>

<ANS NUM=”3″><P><INST>C.  </INST>heart</P></ANS>

<ANS NUM=”4″><P><INST>D.  </INST>liver</P></ANS></MCQ>

<MCQ NUM=”7″><P><INST>7.   </INST>The patient presents with trauma to his arm. The health care provider should carefully assess which region?</P>

<ANS NUM=”1″><P><INST>A.  </INST>brachial</P></ANS>

<ANS NUM=”2″><P><INST>B.  </INST>cervical</P></ANS>

<ANS NUM=”3″><P><INST>C.  </INST>femoral</P></ANS>

<ANS NUM=”4″><P><INST>D.  </INST>inguinal</P></ANS></MCQ>

<MCQ NUM=”8″><P><INST>8.   </INST>If a patient presents complaining of lower back pain, the health care provider would complete a close assessment of which region?</P>

<ANS NUM=”1″><P><INST>A.  </INST>brachial</P></ANS>

<ANS NUM=”2″><P><INST>B.  </INST>gluteal</P></ANS>

<ANS NUM=”3″><P><INST>C.  </INST>lumbar</P></ANS>

<ANS NUM=”4″><P><INST>D.  </INST>thoracic</P></ANS></MCQ>

<MCQ NUM=”9″><P><INST>9.   </INST>Which abdominal region is just below the cartilage of the ribs?</P>

<ANS NUM=”1″><P><INST>A.  </INST>hypochondriac</P></ANS>

<ANS NUM=”2″><P><INST>B.  </INST>hypogastric</P></ANS>

<ANS NUM=”3″><P><INST>C.  </INST>iliac</P></ANS>

<ANS NUM=”4″><P><INST>D.  </INST>lumbar</P></ANS></MCQ>

<MCQ NUM=”10″><P><INST>10. </INST>A pathologist is a physician who studies what?</P>

<ANS NUM=”1″><P><INST>A.  </INST>disease</P></ANS>

<ANS NUM=”2″><P><INST>B.  </INST>infection</P></ANS>

<ANS NUM=”3″><P><INST>C.  </INST>physiology</P></ANS>

<ANS NUM=”4″><P><INST>D.  </INST>trauma</P></ANS></MCQ>

<MCQ NUM=”11″><P><INST>11. </INST>The health care provider conducts an interview and assessment to discover the cause of the client’s disease, which is the: <WOL1></WOL1></P>

<ANS NUM=”1″><P><INST>A.  </INST>diagnosis</P></ANS>

<ANS NUM=”2″><P><INST>B.  </INST>etiology</P></ANS>

<ANS NUM=”3″><P><INST>C.  </INST>sign</P></ANS>

<ANS NUM=”4″><P><INST>D.  </INST>symptom</P></ANS></MCQ>

<MCQ NUM=”12″><P><INST>12. </INST>The patient complains of headache and nausea. The health care provider should chart these:</P>

<ANS NUM=”1″><P><INST>A.  </INST>diagnoses</P></ANS>

<ANS NUM=”2″><P><INST>B.  </INST>signs</P></ANS>

<ANS NUM=”3″><P><INST>C.  </INST>symptoms</P></ANS>

<ANS NUM=”4″><P><INST>D.  </INST>traumas</P></ANS></MCQ>

<MCQ NUM=”13″><P><INST>13. </INST>A radiologic procedure that uses computer imaging to produce three-dimensional images of organs in the chest and abdomen is know as a(n):</P>

<ANS NUM=”1″><P><INST>A.  </INST>CAT scan</P></ANS>

<ANS NUM=”2″><P><INST>B.  </INST>endoscopy</P></ANS>

<ANS NUM=”3″><P><INST>C.  </INST>MRI</P></ANS>

<ANS NUM=”4″><P><INST>D.  </INST>ultrasound</P></ANS></MCQ>

<MCQ NUM=”14″><P><INST>14. </INST>Which medical term is spelled correctly?</P>

<ANS NUM=”1″><P><INST>A.  </INST>anterioposterior</P></ANS>

<ANS NUM=”2″><P><INST>B.  </INST>caudial</P></ANS>

<ANS NUM=”3″><P><INST>C.  </INST>infrachrondal</P></ANS>

<ANS NUM=”4″><P><INST>D.  </INST>sequelae</P></ANS></MCQ>

<MCQ NUM=”15″><P><INST>15. </INST>Which is a suffix that means pertaining to?</P>

<ANS NUM=”1″><P><INST>A.  -</INST>ad</P></ANS>

<ANS NUM=”2″><P><INST>B.  -</INST>al</P></ANS>

<ANS NUM=”3″><P><INST>C.  -</INST>logy</P></ANS>

<ANS NUM=”4″><P><INST>D.  -</INST>pathy</P></ANS></MCQ>

<H2 NUM=”2″>Short Answer</H2>

<INSTR><P>Write the word or phrase that best completes each statement or answers the question. All answers to questions asking for a combining form must be written with a combining vowel and a slash; for example, the combining form meaning heart is cardi/o. All answers to questions asking for a suffix must be written with a hyphen before the suffix; for example, the suffix meaning cell is -cyte. All answers to questions asking for a prefix must be written with a hyphen after the prefix; for example, the prefix meaning two is bi-.

 

<EXRSET TY=”EXR2″><EXR NUM=”16″><P><INST>16. </INST>What is the term for the study of body function? </P></EXR>

<EXR NUM=”17″><P><INST>17. </INST>What is the medical term that means pertaining to the middle and side<</WOL1?</P></EXR>

<EXR NUM=”18″><P><INST>18. </INST>What is the medical term for toward the tail?</P></EXR>

<EXR NUM=”19″><P><INST>19. </INST>The word root that means the opposite of posterior is <WOL1>________.</WOL1></P></EXR>

<EXR NUM=”20″><P><INST>20. </INST>The medical term that means pertaining to the front and the back is ________.</P></EXR>

<EXR NUM=”21″><P><INST>21. </INST>The coronal plane divides the body into anterior and ________</WOL1> portions. <WOL1> </P></EXR>

<EXR NUM=”22″><P><INST>22. </INST>What is the sheet of muscle that separates the thoracic and abdominal cavities?</P></EXR>

<EXR NUM=”23″><P><INST>23. </INST>What cavity contains the heart and lungs?</P></EXR>

<EXR NUM=”24″><P><INST>24. </INST>What is the medical term for a disease that is induced by medical treatment?</P></EXR>

<EXR NUM=”25″><P><INST>25. </INST>What is the medical term for a disease of unknown cause or origin?</P></EXR></EXRSET>

<H2 NUM=”3″>True/False</H2>

<INSTR><P>Write “T” if the statement is true and “F” if the statement is false.</P></INSTR>

<EXRSET TY=”EXR1″><EXR NUM=”26″><P><INST>26. _______ </INST>Anatomy is the study of body structure.</P></EXR>
<EXR NUM=”27″><P><INST>27. _______ </INST>Proxim/o is the combining form that means away from a point of reference.</P></EXR>
<EXR NUM=”28″><P><INST>28. _______ </INST>A sagittal plane is a vertical plane that passes through the body from front to back and divides the body into right and left portions.</P></EXR>
<EXR NUM=”29″><P><INST>29. _______ </INST>The dorsal cavity contains the cranial and spinal cavities.</P></EXR>
<EXR NUM=”30″><P><INST>30. _______ </INST>If a client complains of pain in his abdomen above his belly and umbilicus, the health care provider should chart that the client is complaining of epigastric pain.</P></EXR>
<EXR NUM=”31″><P><INST>31. _______ </INST>The lumbar region of the abdomen is located to the right and left of the hypochondriac region.</P></EXR>
<EXR NUM=”32″><P><INST>32. _______ </INST>The chest region is known as the thoracic region.</P></EXR>
<EXR NUM=”33″><P><INST>33. _______ </INST>Inflammation is a response to trauma that is characterized by redness, swelling, heat, and pain.</P></EXR>
<EXR NUM=”34″><P><INST>34. _______ </INST>A diagnostic procedure that uses radioactive substances to create images is called positron emission tomography.</P></EXR>
<EXR NUM=”35″><P><INST>35. _______ </INST>Diagnostic imaging that creates three-dimensional images using magnetic fields to trace the element hydrogen in soft tissues is known as ultrasound.</P></EXR></EXRSET>

<H2 NUM=”4″>Essay</H2>

<INSTR><P>Write your answers on a separate sheet of paper.</P></INSTR>

<EXRSET TY=”EXR2″><EXR NUM=”36″><P><INST>36. </INST>Describe the anatomical position.</P></EXR>

<EXR NUM=”37″><P><INST>37. </INST>What is homeostasis, and what happens when the body fails to maintain homeostasis?</P></EXR></EXRSET>

 

<H1 NUM=”8″>Chapter 8</H1>

<H2 NUM=”1″>Multiple Choice</H2>

<INSTR><P>Choose the one alternative that best completes the statement or answers the question.</P></INSTR>

<MCQ NUM=”1″><P><INST>1.   </INST>Which part is located in the inner ear?</P>

<ANS NUM=”1″><P><INST>A.  </INST>cochlea</P></ANS>

<ANS NUM=”2″><P><INST>B.  </INST>auricle</P></ANS>

<ANS NUM=”3″><P><INST>C.  </INST>malleus</P></ANS>

<ANS NUM=”4″><P><INST>D.  </INST>stapes</P></ANS></MCQ>

<MCQ NUM=”2″><P><INST>2.   </INST>Inflammation of the eardrum is called:</P>

<ANS NUM=”1″><P><INST>A.  </INST>labyrinthitis</P></ANS>

<ANS NUM=”2″><P><INST>B.  </INST>myringitis</P></ANS>

<ANS NUM=”3″><P><INST>C.  </INST>mastoiditis</P></ANS>

<ANS NUM=”4″><P><INST>D.  </INST>tinnitus</P></ANS></MCQ>

<MCQ NUM=”3″><P><INST>3.   </INST>The definition of stapedectomy is:</P>

<ANS NUM=”1″><P><INST>A.  </INST>incision into the tympanic membrane to relieve pressure in the middle ear</P></ANS>

<ANS NUM=”2″><P><INST>B.  </INST>excision of the labyrinth from the temporal bone</P></ANS>

<ANS NUM=”3″><P><INST>C.  </INST>excision of the stapes to restore hearing</P></ANS>

<ANS NUM=”4″><P><INST>D.  </INST>incision into the mastoid process</P></ANS></MCQ>

<MCQ NUM=”4″><P><INST>4.   </INST>The client complains of a sensation of dizziness. The health care worker should chart that the client is experiencing:</P>

<ANS NUM=”1″><P><INST>A.  </INST>tinnitus</P></ANS>

<ANS NUM=”2″><P><INST>B.  </INST>paracusis</P></ANS>

<ANS NUM=”3″><P><INST>C.  </INST>otosclerosis</P></ANS>

<ANS NUM=”4″><P><INST>D.  </INST>vertigo</P></ANS></MCQ>

<MCQ NUM=”5″><P><INST>5.   </INST>Abnormal drainage from the ear is known as:</P>

<ANS NUM=”1″><P><INST>A.  </INST>otorrhagia</P></ANS>

<ANS NUM=”2″><P><INST>B.  </INST>otalgia</P></ANS>

<ANS NUM=”3″><P><INST>C.  </INST>otopathy</P></ANS>

<ANS NUM=”4″><P><INST>D.  </INST>otorrhea</P></ANS></MCQ>

<MCQ NUM=”6″><P><INST>6.   </INST>The combining form acoust/o means:</P>

<ANS NUM=”1″><P><INST>A.  </INST>air</P></ANS>

<ANS NUM=”2″><P><INST>B.  </INST>ear</P></ANS>

<ANS NUM=”3″><P><INST>C.  </INST>hearing</P></ANS>

<ANS NUM=”4″><P><INST>D.  </INST>sound</P></ANS></MCQ>

<MCQ NUM=”7″><P><INST>7.   </INST>The medical term for total hearing loss is:</P>

<ANS NUM=”1″><P><INST>A.  </INST>anacusis</P></ANS>

<ANS NUM=”2″><P><INST>B.  </INST>otopathy</P></ANS>

<ANS NUM=”3″><P><INST>C.  </INST>paracusis</P></ANS>

<ANS NUM=”4″><P><INST>D.  </INST>presbycusis</P></ANS></MCQ>

<MCQ NUM=”8″><P><INST>8.   </INST>The medical term tympanoplasty means:</P>

<ANS NUM=”1″><P><INST>A.  </INST>excision of the stapes</P></ANS>

<ANS NUM=”2″><P><INST>B.  </INST>incision into the mastoid process</P></ANS>

<ANS NUM=”3″><P><INST>C.  </INST>procedure that evaluates tympanic membrane elasticity</P></ANS>

<ANS NUM=”4″><P><INST>D.  </INST>surgical repair of the tympanic membrane</P></ANS></MCQ>

<MCQ NUM=”9″><P><INST>9.   </INST>The medical term for impaired hearing is:</P>

<ANS NUM=”1″><P><INST>A.  </INST>anacusis</P></ANS>

<ANS NUM=”2″><P><INST>B.  </INST>otopathy</P></ANS>

<ANS NUM=”3″><P><INST>C.  </INST>paracusis</P></ANS>

<ANS NUM=”4″><P><INST>D.  </INST>presbycusis</P></ANS></MCQ>

<MCQ NUM=”10″><P><INST>10. </INST>Otitis media is defined as inflammation of the:</P>

<ANS NUM=”1″><P><INST>A.  </INST>eardrum</P></ANS>

<ANS NUM=”2″><P><INST>B.  </INST>labyrinth</P></ANS>

<ANS NUM=”3″><P><INST>C.  </INST>mastoid process</P></ANS>

<ANS NUM=”4″><P><INST>D.  </INST>middle ear</P></ANS></MCQ>

<MCQ NUM=”11″><P><INST>11. </INST>Excision of the labyrinth is known as:</P>

<ANS NUM=”1″><P><INST>A.  </INST>labyrinthectomy</P></ANS>

<ANS NUM=”2″><P><INST>B.  </INST>mastoidectomy</P></ANS>

<ANS NUM=”3″><P><INST>C.  </INST>myringotomy</P></ANS>

<ANS NUM=”4″><P><INST>D.  </INST>tympanoplasty</P></ANS></MCQ>

<MCQ NUM=”12″><P><INST>12. </INST>Excessive buildup of ear wax in the external auditory canal is:</P>

<ANS NUM=”1″><P><INST>A.  </INST>cerumen impaction</P></ANS>

<ANS NUM=”2″><P><INST>B.  </INST>ceruminoma</P></ANS>

<ANS NUM=”3″><P><INST>C.  </INST>tinnitus</P></ANS>

<ANS NUM=”4″><P><INST>D.  </INST>vertigo</P></ANS></MCQ>

<MCQ NUM=”13″><P><INST>13. </INST>The external ear or auricle is also known as:</P>

<ANS NUM=”1″><P><INST>A.  </INST>cochlea</P></ANS>

<ANS NUM=”2″><P><INST>B.  </INST>labyrinth</P></ANS>

<ANS NUM=”3″><P><INST>C.  </INST>pinna</P></ANS>

<ANS NUM=”4″><P><INST>D.  </INST>stapes</P></ANS></MCQ>

<MCQ NUM=”14″><P><INST>14. </INST>The medical term for any disease of the ear is:</P>

<ANS NUM=”1″><P><INST>A.  </INST>otalgia</P></ANS>

<ANS NUM=”2″><P><INST>B.  </INST>otopathy</P></ANS>

<ANS NUM=”3″><P><INST>C.  </INST>otorrhea</P></ANS>

<ANS NUM=”4″><P><INST>D.  </INST>otosclerosis</P></ANS></MCQ>

<MCQ NUM=”15″><P><INST>15. </INST>The term for the chamber that joins the semicircular canals and the cochlea and contains sensory receptors that respond to changes in body position for equilibrium is:</P>

<ANS NUM=”1″><P><INST>A.  </INST>cochlea</P></ANS>

<ANS NUM=”2″><P><INST>B.  </INST>eustachian tube</P></ANS>

<ANS NUM=”3″><P><INST>C.  </INST>mastoid process</P></ANS>

<ANS NUM=”4″><P><INST>D.  </INST>vestibule

  1. The medical term for ringing in the ears is:
  2. vertigo
  3. tinnitus
  4. coma
  5. otalgia
  6. Which term means pain in the ear or earache?
  7. otitis
  8. otalgia
  9. otorrhea
  10. vertigo
  11. The medical term for inflammation of the middle ear is:
  12. otitis externa
  13. otitis media
  14. otosclerosis
  15. otoscopy
  16. Otosclerosis is hardening in the ear of the:
  17. tympanum
  18. malleus and incus
  19. cochlea
  20. stapes and oval window
  21. The process of using a handheld instrument to view and examine the ear is called:
  22. ophthalmoscopy
  23. otoscopy
  24. ophthalmoscope
  25. otoscope
  26. A medical term for the sensation of whirling motion is:
  27. vertigo
  28. tinnitus
  29. coma
  30. otalgia

</P></ANS></MCQ>

<H2 NUM=”2″>Short Answer</H2>

<INSTR><P>Write the word or phrase that best completes each statement or answers the question. All answers to questions asking for a combining form must be written with a combining vowel and a slash; for example, the combining form meaning heart is cardi/o. All answers to questions asking for a suffix must be written with a hyphen before the suffix; for example, the suffix meaning cell is -cyte. All answers to questions asking for a prefix must be written with a hyphen after the prefix; for example, the prefix meaning two is bi-.

 

<EXRSET TY=”EXR2″><EXR NUM=”16″><P><INST>22. </INST>The suffix that means bleeding or hemorrhage is <WOL1>________</WOL1>.</P></EXR>

<EXR NUM=”17″><P><INST>23. </INST>The external appendages on the sides of the head that are usually referred to as ears are known as <WOL1>________</WOL1>.</P></EXR>

<EXR NUM=”18″><P><INST>24. </INST>Presbycusis is impaired hearing due to <WOL1>________</WOL1>.</P></EXR>

<EXR NUM=”19″><P><INST>25. </INST>The medical term for earwax is <WOL1>________</WOL1>.</P></EXR>

<EXR NUM=”20″><P><INST>26. </INST>The suffix that means hearing condition is <WOL1>________</WOL1>.

<EXR NUM=”21″><P><INST>27. </INST>The structure that connects the throat with the tympanic cavity of the middle ear is the <WOL1>________</WOL1>.</P></EXR>

<EXR NUM=”22″><P><INST>28. </INST>The three ossicles of the middle ear are malleus, incus, <WOL1>  maand <WOL1>________</WOL1>.</P></EXR>

<EXR NUM=”23″><P><INST>29. </INST>A physician who specializes in disorders of the ear, nose, and throat (ENT) is a(n) <WOL1>________</WOL1>.</P></EXR>

<EXR NUM=”24″><P><INST>30. </INST>The medical term for abnormal drainage from the ear is <WOL1>________</WOL1>.</P></EXR>

<EXR NUM=”25″><P><INST>31. </INST>A toddler was admitted to day surgery to have an incision into the tympanic membrane to relieve pressure in the middle ear. At the same time, the child will have temporary tubes inserted. The incision into the tympanic membrane is known as <WOL1>________</WOL1>.</P></EXR></EXRSET>

<H2 NUM=”3″>True/False</H2>

<INSTR><P>Write “T” if the statement is true and “F” if the statement is false.</P></INSTR>

<EXRSET TY=”EXR1″><EXR NUM=”26″><P><INST>32. _______ </INST>A membrane-covered disc that receives sound waves, amplifies them, and transmits them to the malleus is the tympanic membrane.</P></EXR>
<EXR NUM=”27″><P><INST>33. _______ </INST>An acoustic neuroma is a benign tumor that arises from the auditory nerve.</P></EXR>
<EXR NUM=”28″><P><INST>34. _______ </INST>A procedure that measures hearing using an acoumeter is known as audiometry.</P></EXR>
<EXR NUM=”29″><P><INST>35. _______ </INST>Otosclerosis is abnormal formation of bone between the stapes and the oval window, causing a progressive loss of hearing.</P></EXR>
<EXR NUM=”30″><P><INST>36. _______ </INST>The general study of hearing disorders is otology.</P></EXR>
<EXR NUM=”31″><P><INST>37. _______ </INST>The cochlea is the spiral series of fluid-filled channels that contains the organ of Corti, where the sensory receptor cells for hearing are located.</P></EXR>
<EXR NUM=”32″><P><INST>38. _______ </INST>Ménière’s disease is a chronic disease of the inner ear that includes symptoms of ringing in the ear and dizziness.</P></EXR>
<EXR NUM=”33″><P><INST>39. _______ </INST>Otoscopy is a procedure that evaluates tympanic membrane elasticity by measuring its movement.</P></EXR>
<EXR NUM=”34″><P><INST>40. ______ </INST>The ears are the organs of audition, or hearing.</P></EXR>
<EXR NUM=”35″><P><INST>41. _______ </INST>Otorrhagia is the medical term for earache.</P></EXR></EXRSET>

<H2 NUM=”4″>Essay</H2>

<INSTR><P>Write your answers on a separate sheet of paper.</P></INSTR>

<EXRSET TY=”EXR2″><EXR NUM=”36″><P><INST>42. </INST>Explain what happens to sound when it enters the ear.</P></EXR>

<EXR NUM=”37″><P><INST>43. </INST>What are the Latin terms for the three ossicles of the middle ear and the translations that describe their shapes?

 

<H1 NUM=”16″>Chapter 16</H1>

<H2 NUM=”1″>Multiple Choice</H2>

<INSTR><P>Choose the one alternative that best completes the statement or answers the question.</P></INSTR>

<MCQ NUM=”1″><P><INST>1.   </INST>The primary organs of the female reproductive system are the:</P>

<ANS NUM=”1″><P><INST>A.  </INST>fallopian tubes</P></ANS>

<ANS NUM=”2″><P><INST>B.  </INST>mammary glands</P></ANS>

<ANS NUM=”3″><P><INST>C.  </INST>ovaries</P></ANS>

<ANS NUM=”4″><P><INST>D.  </INST>uterus and vagina</P></ANS></MCQ>

<MCQ NUM=”2″><P><INST>2.   </INST>Which word root means woman?</P>

<ANS NUM=”1″><P><INST>A.  </INST>gynec</P></ANS>

<ANS NUM=”2″><P><INST>B.  </INST>mamm</P></ANS>

<ANS NUM=”3″><P><INST>C.  </INST>ovari</P></ANS>

<ANS NUM=”4″><P><INST>D.  </INST>salping</P></ANS></MCQ>

<MCQ NUM=”3″><P><INST>3.   </INST>The combining form ov/o means:</P>

<ANS NUM=”1″><P><INST>A.  </INST>egg</P></ANS>

<ANS NUM=”2″><P><INST>B.  </INST>female</P></ANS>

<ANS NUM=”3″><P><INST>C.  </INST>ovary</P></ANS>

<ANS NUM=”4″><P><INST>D.  </INST>sex</P></ANS></MCQ>

<MCQ NUM=”4″><P><INST>4.   </INST>The client complains of irregular and excessive bleeding other than during menstruation. The health care worker would chart that the client has:</P>

<ANS NUM=”1″><P><INST>A.  </INST>menometrorrhagia</P></ANS>

<ANS NUM=”2″><P><INST>B.  </INST>menorrhagia</P></ANS>

<ANS NUM=”3″><P><INST>C.  </INST>metrorrhagia</P></ANS>

<ANS NUM=”4″><P><INST>D.  </INST>metrorrhea</P></ANS></MCQ>

<MCQ NUM=”5″><P><INST>5.   </INST>Inflammation of a fallopian tube is known as:</P>

<ANS NUM=”1″><P><INST>A.  </INST>myometritis</P></ANS>

<ANS NUM=”2″><P><INST>B.  </INST>oophoritis</P></ANS>

<ANS NUM=”3″><P><INST>C.  </INST>perimetritis</P></ANS>

<ANS NUM=”4″><P><INST>D.  </INST>salpingitis</P></ANS></MCQ>

<MCQ NUM=”6″><P><INST>6.   </INST>The condition of a sagging breast is known as:</P>

<ANS NUM=”1″><P><INST>A.  </INST>gynecomastia</P></ANS>

<ANS NUM=”2″><P><INST>B.  </INST>mastitis</P></ANS>

<ANS NUM=”3″><P><INST>C.  </INST>mastoptosis</P></ANS>

<ANS NUM=”4″><P><INST>D.  </INST>polymastia</P></ANS></MCQ>

<MCQ NUM=”7″><P><INST>7.   </INST>An infectious disease characterized by a rapid onset of symptoms including high fever, skin rash, diarrhea, vomiting, myalgia, and hypotension is:</P>

<ANS NUM=”1″><P><INST>A.  </INST>cervical intraepithelial neoplasia</P></ANS>

<ANS NUM=”2″><P><INST>B.  </INST>pelvic inflammatory disease</P></ANS>

<ANS NUM=”3″><P><INST>C.  </INST>toxic shock syndrome</P></ANS>

<ANS NUM=”4″><P><INST>D.  </INST>vulvovaginitis</P></ANS></MCQ>

<MCQ NUM=”8″><P><INST>8.   </INST>An x-ray image of the uterus and fallopian tubes after injection of a radiopaque contrast medium is a:</P>

<ANS NUM=”1″><P><INST>A.  </INST>hysterosalpingogram</P></ANS>

<ANS NUM=”2″><P><INST>B.  </INST>mammogram</P></ANS>

<ANS NUM=”3″><P><INST>C.  </INST>sonohysterogram</P></ANS>

<ANS NUM=”4″><P><INST>D.  </INST>transvaginal sonogram</P></ANS></MCQ>

<MCQ NUM=”9″><P><INST>9.   </INST>Endoscopic examination of the vagina and cervix using a modified endoscope is a:</P>

<ANS NUM=”1″><P><INST>A.  </INST>colposcopy</P></ANS>

<ANS NUM=”2″><P><INST>B.  </INST>culdoscopy</P></ANS>

<ANS NUM=”3″><P><INST>C.  </INST>hysteroscopy</P></ANS>

<ANS NUM=”4″><P><INST>D.  </INST>laparoscopy</P></ANS></MCQ>

<MCQ NUM=”10″><P><INST>10. </INST>Suture of the vulva to repair a tear is known as a(n):</P>

<ANS NUM=”1″><P><INST>A.  </INST>colpoperineorrhaphy</P></ANS>

<ANS NUM=”2″><P><INST>B.  </INST>episioperineoplasty</P></ANS>

<ANS NUM=”3″><P><INST>C.  </INST>episiorrhaphy</P></ANS>

<ANS NUM=”4″><P><INST>D.  </INST>vulvectomy</P></ANS></MCQ>

<MCQ NUM=”11″><P><INST>11. </INST>An excision of a breast that includes removal of muscles and lymph nodes is a:</P>

<ANS NUM=”1″><P><INST>A.  </INST>lumpectomy</P></ANS>

<ANS NUM=”2″><P><INST>B.  </INST>modified radical mastectomy</P></ANS>

<ANS NUM=”3″><P><INST>C.  </INST>radical mastectomy</P></ANS>

<ANS NUM=”4″><P><INST>D.  </INST>simple mastectomy</P></ANS></MCQ>

<MCQ NUM=”12″><P><INST>12. </INST>Excision of a fallopian tube and ovary is a(n):</P>

<ANS NUM=”1″><P><INST>A.  </INST>hysterosalpingo-oophorectomy</P></ANS>

<ANS NUM=”2″><P><INST>B.  </INST>panhysterectomy</P></ANS>

<ANS NUM=”3″><P><INST>C.  </INST>salpingectomy</P></ANS>

<ANS NUM=”4″><P><INST>D.  </INST>salpingo-oophorectomy</P></ANS></MCQ>

<MCQ NUM=”13″><P><INST>13. </INST>A diagnostic procedure in which a sample of cells from the cervix and vagina are removed and examined microscopically for abnormalities is a:</P>

<ANS NUM=”1″><P><INST>A.  </INST>biopsy</P></ANS>

<ANS NUM=”2″><P><INST>B.  </INST>cervical conization</P></ANS>

<ANS NUM=”3″><P><INST>C.  </INST>colposcopy</P></ANS>

<ANS NUM=”4″><P><INST>D.  </INST>Papanicolau smear</P></ANS></MCQ>

<MCQ NUM=”14″><P><INST>14. </INST>Which medical term is spelled correctly?</P>

<ANS NUM=”1″><P><INST>A.  </INST>curretage</P></ANS>

<ANS NUM=”2″><P><INST>B.  </INST>dysmenorrhea</P></ANS>

<ANS NUM=”3″><P><INST>C.  </INST>hydrasalpinx</P></ANS>

<ANS NUM=”4″><P><INST>D.  </INST>infandibulum</P></ANS></MCQ>

<MCQ NUM=”15″><P><INST>15. </INST>The female gametes are:</P>

<ANS NUM=”1″><P><INST>A.  </INST>alveolar glands</P></ANS>

<ANS NUM=”2″><P><INST>B.  </INST>estrogen and progesterone</P></ANS>

<ANS NUM=”3″><P><INST>C.  </INST>oocytes</P></ANS>

<ANS NUM=”4″><P><INST>D.  </INST>ovaries

  1. Select the combining form that means vagina.
  2. colp/o
  3. hyster/o
  4. oophor/o
  5. orchid/o
  6. A 33-year-old patient has not had her period for several months and is not pregnant. The medical term for absence of menstrual discharge is:
  7. dysmenorrhea
  8. menorrhagia
  9. amenorrhea
  10. endometriosis
  11. A patient complaining of irregular and excessive bleeding other than during normal menstruation would be experiencing:
  12. metrorrhea
  13. menorrhagia
  14. metrorrhagia
  15. menometrorrhagia
  16. A patient has complained of excessive bleeding during her menstrual period. The correct medical term for this is:
  17. amenorrhea
  18. menorrhagia
  19. metrorrhagia
  20. menometrorrhagia
  21. Select the combining form that means uterus.
  22. colp/o
  23. hyster/o
  24. oophor/o
  25. orchid/o
  26. Select the combining form that means ovary.
  27. colp/o
  28. hyster/o
  29. oophor/o
  30. orchid/o
  31. The correct meaning of the prefix in the term endometriosis is:
  32. uterus
  33. within
  34. vagina
  35. condition of
  36. The medical term for having more than two breasts is:
  37. amastia
  38. mastalgia
  39. polymastia
  40. mastitis
  41. Which of the following terms is spelled correctly?
  42. dysplasia
  43. displasea
  44. displaysha
  45. dysplasha
  46. A condition in which endometrial cells grow and bleed outside the uterus is:
  47. endometritis
  48. endometriosis
  49. pelvic inflammatory disease
  50. endometrial cancer
  51. This disease is characterized by the growth of endometrial tissue in abnormal locations, such as the pelvic cavity, fallopian tubes, or ovaries.
  52. polycystic ovarian syndrome
  53. endometriosis
  54. fibrocystic breast disease
  55. benign prostatic hyperplasia
  56. Benign tumors in the muscular wall of the uterus are called:
  57. fibroid tumors
  58. prostatic carcinoma
  59. cervical cancer
  60. ovarian cancer
  61. This disease is characterized by lack of ovulation, infertility, and the formation of numerous ovarian cysts.
  62. polycystic ovarian syndrome
  63. endometriosis
  64. fibrocystic breast disease
  65. benign prostatic hyperplasia
  66. A rare and staphylococcal bacterial infection characterized by a rapid onset of symptoms including high fever, skin rash, and mental confusion is:
  67. cervical intraepithelial neoplasia
  68. pelvic inflammatory disease
  69. toxic shock syndrome
  70. vulvovaginitis
  71. The correct meaning of the root in the term hysteroscopy is:
  72. viewing
  73. breast
  74. uterus
  75. instrument used to view
  76. The correct meaning of the root in the term mammogram is:
  77. x-ray record
  78. vagina
  79. viewing
  80. breast
  81. The medical term for endoscopic viewing of the vagina is:
  82. hysteroscopy
  83. colposcopy
  84. hysterectomy
  85. colpectomy
  86. In this procedure, the cervix is dilated and a spoon-shaped instrument is used to scrape the uterine lining.
  87. D&C
  88. N&V
  89. B&E
  90. S&T

 

  1. This instrument is used to open the vaginal orifice for visual examination.
  2. curette
  3. speculum
  4. hysteroscope
  5. catheter
  6. This is the medical term for the procedure where the fallopian tubes are severed and closed as a form of permanent female birth control.
  7. vasectomy
  8. tubal ligation
  9. oophorectomy
  10. D&C
  11. Abnormal leakage of amniotic fluid, which indicates a rupture of the amniotic sac, is called:
  12. amniocentesis
  13. amniography
  14. amnioscopy
  15. amniorrhea

</P></ANS></MCQ>

<H2 NUM=”2″>Short Answer</H2>

<INSTR><P>Write the word or phrase that best completes each statement or answers the question. All answers to questions asking for a combining form must be written with a combining vowel and a slash; for example, the combining form meaning heart is cardi/o. All answers to questions asking for a suffix must be written with a hyphen before the suffix; for example, the suffix meaning cell is -cyte. All answers to questions asking for a prefix must be written with a hyphen after the prefix; for example, the prefix meaning two is bi-.

 

</P></INSTR>

<EXRSET TY=”EXR2″><EXR NUM=”16″><P><INST>37. </INST>If implantation of an embryo occurs in the uterus, the inner lining of the endometrium thickens to establish the nourishing <WOL1>________</WOL1>.</P></EXR>

<EXR NUM=”17″><P><INST>38. </INST>The end of the monthly cycle wherein the ________  increases and decreases in thickness is known as menstruation<WOL1></WOL1>.</P></EXR>

<EXR NUM=”18″><P><INST>39. </INST>Three word roots that mean uterus are hyster, metr,  and ________.</P></EXR>

<EXR NUM=”19″><P><INST>40. </INST>The medical term that means absence of menstrual discharge is <WOL1>________</WOL1>.</P></EXR>

<EXR NUM=”20″><P><INST>41. </INST>The medical term for white or yellow discharge from the uterus is <WOL1>________</WOL1>.</P></EXR>

<EXR NUM=”21″><P><INST>42. </INST>The medical term that means the presence of more than two breasts is<WOL1>________</WOL1>.</P></EXR>

<EXR NUM=”22″><P><INST>43. </INST>The medical term that means difficult or painful intercourse is <WOL1>________</WOL1>.</P></EXR>

<EXR NUM=”23″><P><INST>44. </INST>The acronym PID stands for <WOL1>________</WOL1>.</P></EXR>

<EXR NUM=”24″><P><INST>45. </INST>The use of lasers, electricity, or heat to destroy the endometrium, which is then removed in order to treat abnormal bleeding, is <WOL1>________</WOL1>.</P></EXR>

<EXR NUM=”25″><P><INST>46. </INST>The first menses is called <WOL1>________</WOL1>.</P></EXR></EXRSET>

<H2 NUM=”3″>True/False</H2>

<INSTR><P>Write “T” if the statement is true and “F” if the statement is false.</P></INSTR>

<EXRSET TY=”EXR1″><EXR NUM=”26″><P><INST>47. _______ </INST>Ovulation involves the bursting of an ovum out of a mature ovarian follicle, or graafian follicle, through the ovarian wall into the peritoneal cavity.</P></EXR>
<EXR NUM=”27″><P><INST>48. _______ </INST>Collectively, the female external genitalia are known as the perineum.</P></EXR>
<EXR NUM=”28″><P><INST>49. _______ </INST>The suffix -atresia means opening.</P></EXR>
<EXR NUM=”29″><P><INST>50. _______ </INST>An abnormal condition of the endometrium, in which endometrial tissue grows in various locations in the pelvic cavity, is endometritis.</P></EXR>
<EXR NUM=”30″><P><INST>51. _______ </INST>A fistula is an abnormal passage from one hollow organ to another.</P></EXR>
<EXR NUM=”31″><P><INST>52. _______ </INST>A parovarian cyst is an abnormal fluid-filled sac of a fallopian tube.</P></EXR>
<EXR NUM=”32″><P><INST>53. _______ </INST>A fibroid tumor is a cancerous tumor containing fibrous tissue that arises from the myometrium of the uterus.</P></EXR>
<EXR NUM=”33″><P><INST>54. _______ </INST>A surgical puncture into the pelvic cavity to remove fluid from the rectouterine pouch is known as culdocentesis.</P></EXR>
<EXR NUM=”34″><P><INST>55. _______ </INST>Surgical repair of a protrusion of the bladder against the anterior vaginal wall and protrusion of the rectum against the posterior vaginal wall is anterior and posterior colporrhaphy.</P></EXR>
<EXR NUM=”35″><P><INST>56. _______ </INST>Suture of the wall of the cervix is trachelorrhaphy.</P></EXR></EXRSET>

<H2 NUM=”4″>Essay</H2>

<INSTR><P>Write your answers on a separate sheet of paper.</P></INSTR>

<EXRSET TY=”EXR2″><EXR NUM=”36″><P><INST>57. </INST>What are the functions of the female reproductive system?</P></EXR>

<EXR NUM=”37″><P><INST>58. </INST>List the major cancers of female organs and the accompanying surgical treatments.

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