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1. Who should be screened regularly for STIs? 2. All of the following diagnostic testing and procedures are now infrequently performed in clinical practice except: 3. Which organism causes 90% of vulvovaginal candidiasis episodes in women? 4. Which one of the following statements about the subdermal progestin implant is false? 5. What can bacterial vaginosis lead to? 6. What test should be ordered for a woman who is experiencing abnormal uterine bleeding (AUB) as well as headaches and peripheral vision changes? 7. The USPSTF assigns a certainty level to assess the net benefit of a preventive service based on: 8. Gender is rooted in _____________ and shaped by ________________ . 9. In women of reproductive age, the most common cause of a bleeding pattern that is suddenly different is: 10. What is the definition of physiologic menopause? 11. What should be the clinician’s first objective after learning the chief reason the woman desires care? 12. Which of the following might be a sign of hyperandrogenism? 13. How does topical application of eflornithine treat facial hirsutism? 14. Painful menstrual periods may be related to functional uterine contractions in ovulatory women, which is known as: 15. Women’s health risks, treatments, and approaches are not always based in science and biology because: 16. The American College of Nurse-Midwives recently revised its definition and scope of midwifery to include treatment of: 17. The most common sites of metastatic spread of invasive breast cancer include all of the following except: 18. Why is acknowledging the oppression of women more difficult within Western societies? 19. Hyperandrogenism in reproductive-age women is most frequently associated with: 20. Which of the following is considered primary prevention? 21. Under what conditions is a rectovaginal examination most useful? 22. How do systemic antiviral drugs treat genital herpes? 23. According to the World Health Organization (WHO), the presence of a disease state: 24. What is the USPSTF recommendation regarding firearms? 25. The factors that enable women to enjoy and control their sexual and reproductive lives, including a physical and emotional state of well-being and the quality of sexual and other close relationships, make up a woman’s: 26. Routine HPV vaccination is recommended for girls of what age? 27. Which one of the following statements about intimate partner violence (IPV) during pregnancy is false? 28. Which type of counseling results in a statistically significant reduction in STIs? 29. Many patients experiencing intimate partner violence (IPV) meet the criteria for diagnosing PTSD. Those criteria include all of the following except: 30. The first line of treatment for mastalgia, which is effective for 85 percent of women who have mild or moderate symptoms, is: 31. What procedure is used to evaluate abnormal Pap smears and genital tract lesions? 32. For women and men with infertility an option that involves a sperm or egg donor is called: 33. What had been a significant problem in medical research well into the 1990s? 34. What area of injury prevention is a focus of the USPSTF’s guidelines for counseling all healthy, asymptomatic women? 35. Which of the following is associated with increased risk of endometriosis? 36. Cyclic mastalgia: 37. An initial or primary genital herpes infection characteristically lasts about: 38. The HPV vaccine has been proven to be effective in protecting against the four types of HPV that cause genital warts and cervical cancers for as long as: 39. Mammary duct ectasia: 40. What treatment was introduced in the 1990s as a less invasive alternative to hysterectomy? 41. What is the leading preventable cause of death across all populations in the United States? 42. Tubal sterilization for women who have completed their families is highly effective, but there are disadvantages such as: 43. Which of the following is a new focus area added for Healthy People 2020? 44. The P in the mnemonic EMPOWER is meant to help the clinician remember to: 45. What is the danger of giving estrogen replacement therapy (ERT) to menopausal women with an intact uterus? 46. Exercise-induced amenorrhea is probably due to the combination of low body fat and decreased secretion of: 47. The most common benign breast masses are: 48. What screening recommendation is similar across all groups for colorectal cancer? 49. What is one of the side effects of hormonal contraceptives? 50. What is the most common symptom of bacterial vaginosis?

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1. Which of the following is a diagnostic label that is listed in the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual IV-TR? 2. About half of all pregnancies in the United States are unintended and occur most f... requently in women who: 3. What is one factor that can reduce the risk for the development of ovarian cancer? 4. What percentage of toxic shock syndrome cases are related to menses? 5. Tubal sterilization for women who have completed their families is highly effective, but there are disadvantages such as: 6. Women who report experiencing the most severe symptoms of PMS tend to be: 7. What is the definition of primary amenorrhea? 8. How many stages does the Tanner scale use to stage sexual maturity? 9. Which contraceptive methods have inherent failure rates? 10. What is the most common type of menstrual dysfunction related to hyperandrogenism? 11. Combined oral contraceptives (COCs) are among the most extensively studied medications available. Which one of the following statements about their use has been found to be true? 12. Many patients experiencing intimate partner violence (IPV) meet the criteria for diagnosing PTSD. Those criteria include all of the following except: 13. Which of the following is an ethical issue that is specifically associated with pre-implantation testing with ART? 14. The ________ is probably the most widely used intimate partner violence (IPV) screen. 15. What is the term for the absence of menses for 3 to 6 months in a woman who has previously menstruated and is not pregnant, breastfeeding, or menopausal? 16. Among women age 55 years and older: 17. Both very young and elderly sexual assault victims: 18. What is the major source of normal vaginal secretions? 19. Which one of the following statements about intimate partner violence (IPV) is false? 20. How is being overweight defined on the BMI table? 21. What has contributed to the decreased incidence of hepatitis B over the past 20 years? 1. 22. Which are the most common forms of hepatitis seen in women’s health practices? 23. The factors that enable women to enjoy and control their sexual and reproductive lives, including a physical and emotional state of well-being and the quality of sexual and other close relationships, make up a woman’s: 24. What test should be ordered for a woman who is experiencing abnormal uterine bleeding (AUB) as well as headaches and peripheral vision changes? 25. Surgical abortion represents an option for women who desire termination of pregnancy beyond: 1. 2. 26. What POPulation of women should be screened for signs and symptoms of thyroid dysfunction? 27. All of the following diagnostic testing and procedures are now infrequently performed in clinical practice except: 28. The most common site for endometrial implants found in other parts of the body is: 29. Women who have had toxic shock syndrome should be instructed not to use tampons or: 30. Cyclic mastalgia: 31. The incidence of uterine fibroids: 32. Patients presenting for STI treatment should be screened for HIV: 33. What screening recommendation is similar across all groups for colorectal cancer? 34. Approximately what percentage of vulvar cancers occur in women older than the age of 50? 35. Signs of endometrial or cervical cancer may present abnormal uterine bleeding, often as heavy, prolonged bleeding or: 36. In the GTPAL system for recording pregnancy history, the “T” stands for: 37. What is now thought to be the most important causative agent in cervical cancer? 38. The most common sites of metastatic spread of invasive breast cancer include all of the following except: 39. Who should be screened regularly for STIs? 40. What is a common vasomotor symptom of menopause? 41. What is the best definition of abnormal uterine bleeding (AUB)? 42. What should be the clinician’s first objective after learning the chief reason the woman desires care? 43. No risk factors other than age are identifiable in ______ of women with breast cancer. 44. The highest prevalence of human papillomavirus (HPV) is found among women ages: 45. Although barrier contraception methods are less effective in preventing pregnancy than more modern methods, interest in them is on the rise because they: [Show More]

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