1-Identify and explain the physiologic changes that lead to bowel dysfunction in older adults.
2-why it is important to assess milk tolerance in older adults.
3-List the risk factors for colorectal carcinoma. Identify what educational focus is most important for this disease.
4-Name the antigen used to detect prostatic tumors at a more favorable stage
5-What additional procedure can be used to indicate areas of the prostate that require biopsy when the PSA is borderline.
6-While you are examining a 1-year-old girl, the mother mentions how eager she is to begin toilet training her child.
How should you respond? When is it best to begin toilet training?
7-A 3-year-old boy has had anal itching that becomes worse at night.
What do these symptoms indicate?
8-You are assessing a pregnant woman who has had a fourth-degree perineal laceration.
Why is it necessary to assess this patient’s anal sphincter function?
9-You are about to perform a rectal examination of an older adult.
What is the suggested position for this patient?
10-What do the rectum and anus form?
11-Control of the external anal sphincter is gradually achieved at what age?
12-Name the positions that the rectal examination may be performed on the patient.
13-What is a clue to the diagnosis of Hirschsprung disease?
14- Differentiate between internal and external hemorrhoids.
15-What symptoms are associated with benign prostatic hypertrophy (BPH)?
16-List the risk factors for colorectal cancer.
17-List the risk factors for prostate cancer.
18-What do persistent, pencil-like stools suggest?
19-Distinguish between the stool of a formula-fed baby and a breast-fed baby.
Questions must be answered in APA format
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