Question 7. Question : A 12-year-old is brought to your clinic by his father. He was taught in his health class at school to do monthly testicular self-examinations. Yesterday, when he felt his left testicle, it was enlarged and tender. He isn’t sure if he has had burning with urination and he says he has never had sexual intercourse. He has had a sore throat, cough, and runny nose for the last three days. His past medical history is significant for a tonsillectomy as a small child. His father has high blood pressure and his mother is healthy. On examination, you see a child in no acute distress. His temperature is 100.8 and his blood pressure and pulse are unremarkable. On visualization of his penis, he is uncircumcised and has no lesions or discharge. His scrotum is red and tense on the left and normal appearing on the right. Palpating his left testicle reveals a mildly sore swollen testicle. The right testicle is unremarkable. An examining finger is put through both inguinal rings, and there are no bulges with bearing down. His prostate examination is unremarkable. Urine analysis is also unremarkable. What abnormality of the testes does this child most likely have?
Torsion of the spermatic cord
Question 8. Question : The most common cause of cancer deaths in males is:
Question 9. Question : Important techniques in performing the rectal examination include which of the following?
Waiting for the sphincter to relax
Explaining what the patient should expect with each step before it occurs
All of the above
Question 10. Question : Jim is a 47-year-old man who is having difficulties with sexual function. He is recently separated from his wife of 20 years. He notes that he has early morning erections but otherwise cannot function. Which of the following is a likely cause for his problem?
Decreased testosterone levels
Abnormal hypogastric arterial circulation
Impaired neural innervation
Question 1. Which of the following is true of human papilloma virus (HPV) infection?
Pap smear is a relatively ineffective screening method.
It commonly resolves spontaneously in one to two years.
It is the second most common STI in the United States.
HPV infections cause a small but important number of cervical cancers.
Question 2. Question : Which of the following is the most effective pattern of palpation for breast cancer?
Beginning at the nipple, make an ever-enlarging spiral.
Divide the breast into quadrants and inspect each systematically.
Examine in lines resembling the back and forth pattern of mowing a lawn.
Beginning at the nipple, palpate vertically in a stripe pattern.
Question 3. Question : A 14-year-old junior high school student is brought in by his mother and father because he seems to be developing breasts. The mother is upset because she read on the Internet that smoking marijuana leads to breast enlargement in males. The young man adamantly denies using any tobacco, alcohol, or drugs. He has recently noticed changes in his penis, testicles, and pubic hair pattern. Otherwise, his past medical history is unremarkable. His parents are both in good health. He has two older brothers who never had this problem. On examination, you see a mildly overweight teenager with enlarged breast tissue that is slightly tender on both sides. Otherwise, his examination is normal. He is agreeable to taking a drug test. What is the most likely cause of his gynecomastia?
Imbalance of hormones of puberty