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Question 6#Print Question

A 21-year-old G0 presents to your office for a routine annual gynecologic examination. She reports that she has previously been sexually active, but currently is not dating anyone. She has had three sexual partners in the past, and says she diligently used condoms. She is a senior in college and is doing well academically and has many friends. She lives at home with her parents and a younger sibling. She reports her 80-year-old grandmother was recently diagnosed with breast cancer. She has no other family history of cancer. She says she is healthy and has no history of medical problems or surgeries. She smokes tobacco and drinks beer occasionally, but denies any illicit drug use. Her menses started at the age of 13 years, and are regular and light without dysmenorrhea. Her blood pressure is 90/60 mm Hg. Her height is 5 ft 6 in and she weighs 130 lb.

Based on this patient’s history, what would be the most likely cause of death if she were to die at the age of 21 years?

a. Suicide
b. Homicide
c. Motor vehicle accidents
d. Cancer
e. Heart disease


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A 17-year-old G1P1 presents to your office for her yearly well-woman examination. She had an uncomplicated vaginal delivery the previous year. She has been sexually active for the past 4 years and has had four different sexual partners, but has been monogamous in the previous year with the same partner. Her menses occurs every 28 days and lasts for 4 days. She denies any intermenstrual spotting, postcoital bleeding, or vaginal discharge. She reports no tobacco, alcohol, or illicit drug use.

Which of the following are appropriate screening tests for this patient? 

a. Gonorrhea and chlamydia screening
b. Gonorrhea, chlamydia, and cervical cancer screening
c. Gonorrhea, chlamydia, and syphilis screening
d. Gonorrhea, chlamydia, hepatitis B, hepatitis C, and syphilis screening
e. Gonorrhea, chlamydia, hepatitis B, hepatitis C, herpes simplex, and syphilis


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A 15-year-old woman presents to your office for her routine physical examination while she is on summer break from school. She denies any medical problems or prior surgeries. She had chicken pox at the age of 4 years. Her menses started at the age of 12 years and are regular. She has recently become sexually active with her 16-year-old boyfriend. She states that they use condoms for contraception. Her physical examination is normal.

Which of the following vaccines is appropriate to administer to this patient?

a. Hepatitis A vaccine
b. Human papilloma virus vaccine
c. Meningococcal vaccine
d. Pneumococcal vaccine
e. Varicella vaccine


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A 26-year-old woman presents to your office for her well-woman examination. She reports no medical problems or prior surgeries. She states that her cycles are monthly. She is sexually active and uses oral contraceptive pills for birth control. Her physical examination is normal. She reports that her 43-year-old paternal aunt was recently diagnosed with breast cancer and is undergoing treatment. She reports that her paternal grandmother died from ovarian cancer at the age of 75 years. She wants genetic testing (BRCA) for breast and ovarian cancer.

Which of the following statements regarding genetic testing for breast and ovarian cancer is true?

a. All female relatives of an individual with breast cancer should undergo genetic testing
b. Genetic testing detects all germline mutations associated with the BRCA1 and BRCA2
c. Genetic testing is only recommended for individuals with affected individuals on the maternal side of the family
d. Most cases of breast cancer are due to germline mutations in BRCA1 and BRCA2
e. When possible, the genetic testing should begin with the person who has ovarian cancer or early on-set breast cancer


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A 21-year-old woman presents to your office for well-women examination and screening for sexually transmitted infections. Her menses started at the age of 13 years and are regular. She is currently sexually active with her 20-year-old boyfriend and has had three sexual partners in her lifetime. She uses Depo-Provera and condoms for contraception. She has a history of asthma, for which she uses an inhaler as needed. She reports no prior surgeries. Her family history is significant for hypertension, high cholesterol and heart disease in her father, aged 48. She weighs 125 lb and is normotensive.

Besides screening for cervical cancer and sexually transmitted infections, what other routine screening should be done for her at this visit? 

a. Bone mineral density
b. Hemoglobin A1c
c. Lipid profile
d. Thyroid stimulating hormone
e. Urinalysis




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