Test Answers on cancer

HESI RN Case Studies-Breast Cancer (unfinished)

question What is the best response by the nurse? answer “Select whatever day you can best remember…” question What instructions should the nurse provide? answer “When lying down, your arm…” question How should the nurse respond? answer “The combination of yearly CBE and monthly BSE…” question What intervention should the nurse implement first? answer Teach […]

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Nutrition and Cancer

question For cancer prevention which of the following dietary components should be limited answer Cured meats question All of the following forms of cancer are related to excessive calorie intake except answer Lung cancer question American Institute for Cancer research recommendations for cancer prevention include all the following except answer Increase consumption a red meats

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Prep-U Cancer

question A client seeks care for hoarseness that has lasted for 1 month. To elicit the most appropriate information about this problem, the nurse should ask which question? answer Answer: “Do you smoke cigarettes, cigars, or a pipe?” Rationale: persistent hoarseness may signal throat cancer, which is commonly associated with tobacco use. To asses the […]

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Chapter 14: Mutation, DNA Repair, and Cancer

question Sickle-cell anemia is a human disease that occurs as a result of what type of mutation in the b-globin gene? silent missense nonsense frameshift sense answer missense question What would result from a single nucleotide deletion (point mutation) within the coding sequence of a structural gene? a silent point mutation with no deleterious effects […]

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Lung Cancer HESI Case Study

question What important education should the nurse provide to the client related to this medication? (Select all the apply.) answer “Take medication on an empty stomach.” “Do not take antacids while on this medication.” “The medication may cause some abdominal discomfort and diarrhea.” question What herbal supplement does the nurse anticipate Mr. Stringfellow will use […]

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The Eukaryotic Cell Cycle and Cancer Overview

question Why is cell division important for unicellular organisms? answer they reproduce through cell division question Why is cell division important for multicellular organisms? answer they need cell division to grow and replace dead or damaged cells question Why does cell division remain important to an adult organism even after it is fully developed? answer […]

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Medical Terminology Chapter 19 Cancer

question cystic answer forming large open spaces filled with fluid question fungating answer mushrooming pattern of growth in which tumor cells pile one on top of another and project from a tissue surface question inflammatory answer having the features of inflammation (redness, swelling, and heat) question medullary answer pertaining to large, soft, fleshy, tumors question […]

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Chapter 19: Cancer Medicine

question Oncology answer the study (-logy) of diagnosis and treatment of tumors (onc/o) question tumor, or neoplasm answer a mass or growth that arises from normal tissue question benign tumor answer not cancerous. It grows slowly and does not spread to other sites. question malignant answer cancerous, tumor is characterized by continuous and often fast […]

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ch 20 cancer (patho final)

question What is a benign neoplasm originating from adipose tissue called? a. Adenoma b. Lipoma c. Fibrosarcoma d. Adenocarcinoma answer lipoma question What are malignant neoplasms arising from connective tissue cells called? a. Carcinomas b. Sarcomas c. Melanomas d. Fibromas answer sarcomas question Which of the following is a characteristic of a benign tumor? a. […]

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ATI Cancer Treatment Options

question cancer treatment answer -based on the cell of origin of the cancer -when metastasis occurs, treatment is still based on the primary tumor origin even though the malignancy is located elsewhere in the body question cancer treatment options answer -focus on removing or destroying cancer cells and preventing the continued abnormal cell growth and […]

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Medical Terminology Ch 19 Cancer Medicine (Oncology)

question What is the term for a cancerous tumor of glandular tissue? answer *ad*enocarci*no*ma question What is an example of a solid tumor derived from epithelial tissue? answer *ad*enocarci*no*ma of the lung question What is the term for assisting or aiding? answer *ad*juvant question What is the term for assisting primary treatment? answer *adj*uvant *ther*apy […]

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Medical Terminology Cancer Medicine (Oncology) Chapter 19

question Spread Of Malignant Tumors To A Distant Location answer Metastasis question Example Of A Solid Tumor Derived From Epithelial Tissue answer Adenocarcinoma of the lung question Description Of A Fungating Tumor answer Mushrooming pattern of growth as tumor cells pile on top of each other question Growths With Sessile And Pedunculated Types answer Polypoid […]

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Cell Division and Cancer

question The cell cycle includes answer the events that take place in going from a parent cell to daughter cells during cell division question The first step of the cell cycle is answer interphase question Interphase answer The normal functioning of the cell, which is then followed by division of the nucleus and then division […]

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Seven warning signs of cancer

question What is the acronym for the 7 warning signs of cancer? answer CAUTION question C answer Change in bowel or bladder habits question A answer A sore that does not heal question U answer Unusual bleeding or discharge from any body orifice question T answer Thickening or a lump question I answer Indigestion or […]

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Female GYN Cancer Med Surg

question Peri-menopause is answer decreased level of estrogen -starts at age 35 question Menopause is answer Process is done, post babies -age 45-52 or later question Endometriosis is answer Inflammation of tissues from inner lining of uterus Sxs: pain, hemorrhage, anemia question Pelvic Exams answer -Empty bladder before exam -Supine Laparotomy position, Upright Laparotomy, Left […]

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Cancer Screening Test Questions

question 1-2 answer in screening for breast cancer, women should receive a mammogram every ….years starting at age 40 unless risk factors (start at 25 if Hereditary breast/ovarian cancer) or 5-10 year prior to youngest FmHx question 40 answer in screening for breast cancer, women should receive a mammogram every 1-2 years starting at age… […]

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Cancer And Nutrition Test Questions

question All of the following forms of cancer are related to excessive calorie intake except answer lung cancer question For cancer prevention, which of the following dietary components should be limited? answer cured meats question The American Institute for Cancer Research Recommendations for Cancer Prevention include all of the following except answer Increase consumption of […]

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Testicular Cancers

question What are the 3 functions of testosterone? answer 1. develop the body 2 become masculine 2. promote & maintain development of male organs 3. Promotes muscular development question What are the 2 main functions of the testes? answer 1. secrete testosterone 2. lodges the sperm in the different stages question Where are the testes […]

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Three major types of skin cancer

question Basal cell carcinoma answer least maligent, most common question squamous cell carcinoma answer second most common treated with radiation question melanoma answer most dangerous treated by surgical excisions

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KIN-199 Cancer WebQuest

question Where can cancer, or tumors, occur in the body? answer In any organ or tissue of the body question Solid tumors form ________, while liquid tumors ________ answer Lumps, flow freely in the body question How do cancers start? answer Mutations in one cell question What percent of cancers are genetically inherited? answer Less […]

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Chapter 13 cancer

question Cancer answer is the uncontrollable growth of cells. Growth Division Differentiation question metastasize answer spread from where they develop to another part of the body question mutations answer can be inherited or caused by exposure to: Low-dose radiation Drugs Toxic chemicals Infection with certain viruses question Oncogenes answer “on” switches that speed cell growth. […]

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