Project #43558 - Physical assessment in nursing

Breast and Axillae;Abdomen
  Quadrants of the left breast and axillary tail of Spence.  
1-Compare and contrast the following conditions:

a.   Fibrocystic disease 

b.   Fibroadenoma 

c.   Malignant breast tumor


2-The mother of a girl at Tanner stage 2 asks whether her daughter will start menses early.What is the correct response to give this mother?


3-A patient who is in her first trimester of pregnancy asks you what changes she should expect in her breasts.What information and important instructions should you give to this patient?

4-Vascular supply to the breast is primarily through branches of which two arteries?

5-Define thelarche.

6-What do retractions and dimpling signify?

7-Name the three methods commonly used for ensuring palpation of the entire breast.

8-Describe the appearance of the breasts in postmenopausal women.

9-State the peak incidence of breast malignancy.

10-Name the disease of the breast that is a surface manifestation of underlying ductal carcinoma.

11-The upper arm drains into which area of lymph nodes?




11-Differentiate among the following types of incontinence: 

a.   Stress 

b.   Urge 

c.   Overflow 

d.   Functional 

Regions of the abdomen: 1, epigastric; 2, umbilical; 3, hypogastric; 4 and 5, right and left hypochondriac; 6 and 7, right and left lumbar; 8 and 9, right and left inguinal.

1-What is the function of the alimentary tract?

 2-Which organ plays an important role in the metabolism of carbohydrates, fats, and proteins? 

 3-Name the sign that appears as a bluish periumbilical discoloration and suggests intraabdominal bleeding.

 4-Explain diastasis recti.

 5-Describe the iliopsoas muscle test.

 6-What could a single umbilical artery alert you to in a newborn?

 7-Which type of hernia is common in infants? Describe this hernia.





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 8-Define Crohn’s disease.
Name the localized infection within the cortex of the kidney that causes the patient to complain of chills, fever, and aching flanks.
If a sudden onset of severe epigastric pain is continuous, unrelieved, and radiating to the groin and back, what problem should be considered ?.

Subject Medicine
Due By (Pacific Time) 10/16/2014 12:00 am
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