NR 509 APEA Exam – Urology

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NR 509 APEA Exam – UROLOGY (Question and Answers with Explanation)

1: In men, painful urination without frequency or urgency suggests:

2: A 65-year-old woman complains that when she feels the urge to urinate, she has to go immediately or else she urinates “on herself”. She has become homebound because she wants to stay close to the bathroom. This condition is termed:

3: Symptoms of proctitis may include all of the following except:

4: A 40 year old male complains of right flank pain. His temperature is 102° F. These symptoms may be characteristic of:

5: A useful mnemonic for elucidating causes of incontinence in the older adult is:

6: Which condition usually coexists with epididymitis?

7: Which of the following substances is found in the urine of a child suspected of having post streptococcal glomerulonephritis?

8: A whitish sebaceous secretion that collects between the glans penis and foreskin or in the vulva is……

9: A 40 -year-old male states that he felt “something” above his left testis. On examination, a painless cyst is noted above the left testicle. Transillumination is positive. This is consistent with a:

10: Undescended testicle(s) in a young male is termed nr 509 apea exam

11: When examining the scrotum in a young male child, test the cremasteric reflex by nr 509 apea exam

12: Which one of the following patient positions would be least beneficial to examine the genitals of a young female child?

13: A 50-year-old male describes difficulty emptying his bladder. On exam, a distended bladder is noted following urination. This finding may be ……

14: One cause of proctitis could be related to nr 509 apea exam

15: Which one of the following symptoms would be least indicative of acute glomerulonephritis?

16: In renal adaptation of the newborn, which one of the following statements is correct?

17: A 33 year old male presents for examination because of a scrotal complaint. The exam reveals the presence of 2 testicles and palpable tissue resembling a “bag of worms” over the left testicle. When in the supine position with the scrotum elevated, the “bag of worms” disappears. This condition is suggestive of a:

18: Benign prostatic hypertrophy begins in the:nr 509 apea exam urology

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