Neurology
Mental Disorders
Urology
Trauma
Reproductive

100

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
What is Guillain-Barré syndrome

100

True/False Major depression can lead to suicidal thoughts and actions that must be taken seriously for effective intervention.
What is True

100

Acute glomerulonephritis usually follows
What is an infection by Group A beta hemolytic streptococcus.

100

True/False Only women are victims of spousal abuse
What is False

100

The first sign of testicular cancer is
What is a painless lump in the testicle

200

_____ is an abnormal condition in which there are sudden, transient disturbances of brain function causing seizures
What is Epilepsy

200

The individual with narcolepsy is treated with
What is drug therapy

200

Some nephrotoxic agents known to cause renal damage include
What is solvents and heavy metals. antibiotics and pesticides. mushrooms.

200

True/False There are no specific tests or documentation procedures available for the rape victim
What is False

200

HPV is commonly associated with
What is genital warts and many different types of cancer

300

Parkinson disease is characterized by
What is “pill” rolling tremor of thumb and forefinger, muscular rigidity, masklike facial expression, and shuffling gait

300

_____ involves a progressive, general deterioration of the mental capacities of perceiving, thinking, and remembering
What is Dementia

300

True/False 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.
What is True

300

True/False Rust rings on the cornea may be the result of foreign bodies in the eye.
What is True

300

True/False Hyperemesis gravidarum is usually self-limiting and transient
What is False

400

Symptoms and signs of brain tumors include .
What is headache, seizures, and cognitive dysfunction. gait disturbances, lethargy, and nystagmus. fever, stiff neck, and unilateral facial paralysis.

400

True/False Somatoform disorders include a group of mental disorders where physical symptoms have an organic cause.
What is True

400

The treatment of renal calculi might include
What is relief of pain, lithotripsy, surgical intervention, increased fluid intake, and diuretics.

400

Physical patterns observed in child abuse include
What is bruising and burns. observable injuries such as teeth marks. welts and fractures.

400

Risk factors that place women at a higher risk for cancer of the breast include
What is 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.

500

Unilateral facial paralysis is called
What is Bell's palsy

500

A child who experiences extreme withdrawal and obsessive behavior along with lack of social interaction suffers from
What is autism

500

_____ is the result of the bones of the floor of the cranial vault being broken
What is Basilar fracture

500

True/False Victims of elder abuse are eager to admit to being victims.
What is False

500

Invasive cervical cancer
What is considered a preventable disease.