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APD - Chapter 17

Anatomy, Physiology, and Disease: Chapter 17

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The external opening of the vagina may be covered by a perforated membrane called the: c. Hymen
BPH is a pathology marked by: c. Prostate enlargement commonly seen is males over 50.
In patients with erectile dysfunction disorder: d. The penis is not able to have a full erection.
Uterine tubes are not: a. The birth canals
How many chromosomes does a zygote have in each cell? b. 42
The primary male genitalia is/are the: b. Testicles
Which of the following are part of the spermatic cord? c. Vas deferns, nerves, blood vessels
In most cases, vaginitis is caused by: a. Radiation
In a pap spear, scrapings from what area are examined for precancerous cells? a. Cervix
Hydrocele is an abnormal collection of fluid in the: c. Testes
What may cause amenorrhea? d. All of the above; emotional distress, extreme dieting, poor health
When a vasectomy is performed, what is prevented from traveling out of the penis during intercourse? c. sperm
An IUD is: b. A means of contraception
When the loose skin covering the tip of the penis is removed, whether in infancy or adulthood, the male is then refereed to as being: a. Circumcised
At what point is the developing human referred to as a fetus? d. Eight weeks after fertilization until birth
How many sperm can fertilize the egg? b. 1
The fetus floats in a fluid called: a. Amniotic
Approximately at what age does sperm production end? d. Death
Where is the prostate gland located? c. Under the urinary bladder
Which of the following layers of the uterus shreds when a woman has her period? c. Functional layer of the mucosa
The process of sorting chromosomes so that each gamete (egg or sperm) gets the right number of copies of genetic material: a. Meiosis
A surgeon wants to treat a tumor in the myometrium by occluding the arteries that serve that layer, without affecting the endometrium, perimetrium, or other pelvic structures. She will then attempt to occlude which arteries? a. Arcuate arteries
Which structure of the female anatomy has great similarity to the penis in that it becomes engorged with blood during sexual arousal? d. Clitoris
What kind of feedback on the hypothalamus do estrogen and testosterone respectively exert? b. Negative/positve
Where do sperm mature? a. Epididymis
An extra chromosome 21 (trisomy 21) causes this disorder: b. Down Syndrome
One of the most common causes of female infertility is: a. Endometriosis
Symptoms like depression, anger, breast tenderness, bloating, and headache which occur 5 days before menstruation and disappear during menstruation are diagnostic for: b. PMS
This disorder is related to infection with the human papilloma virus: d. Cervical Cancer
This condition is characterized by bleeding late in pregnancy and is often treated with a cesarean section: b. Placenta previa
This disorder is the most common cause of lower urinary tract symptoms in men: b. benign prostatic hypertrophy.
Erectile dysfunction disorder is characterized by failure of: a. Erection
The primary cause of male infertility is: c. failure of sperm production
In androgen insensitivity syndrome, the child is: b. genetically male but looks female
Mammography is used to detect: a. Breast cancer
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