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Chapter 36 Endocrine

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  • Q1
    A primary concern that may result from coughing following a hypophysectomy is a(n)
    increased pulse rate
    sore throat
    decreased blood pressure
    cerebrospinal leak
  • Q2
    Diabetes insipidus occurs because of
    decreased insulin secretion
    increased secretion of adrenocorticotropic hormone (ACTH).
    decreased production of antidiuretic hormone (ADH)
    decreased production of thyroid hormone
  • Q3
    The patient with a goiter would most likely present with
    an enlarged neck
    increased blood glucose levels
    excessive urine output
    tenderness in the flank area
  • Q4
    The most common age range of women affected by hyperthyroidism is
    60 to 80 years
    20 to 40 years
    50 to 70 years
    30 to 50 years
  • Q5
    The nurse would expect a patient with Graves’ disease to have which sign or symptom?
    Weight gain
    Decreased urine output
  • Q6
    What percent of nodules found on the thyroid gland are cancerous?
    15% to 25%
    25% to 35%
    50% to 55%
    5% to 10%
  • Q7
    Nursing assessment of a patient with Addison’s disease will likely reveal
    increased blood pressure
    generalized malaise and muscle weakness.
    increased energy level
    symptoms of hyperglycemia
  • Q8
    Cushing syndrome is often attributed to
    adrenal tumors
    a) thyroid tumors
    prolonged use of steroid therapy
    prolonged alcohol consumption
  • Q9
    Typical signs and symptoms of Cushing syndrome include
    buffalo hump
    weight loss
  • Q10
    During a 24-hour period, expected urine output for the patient with diabetes insipidus is
    15 to 20 L
    30 to 40 L
    50 to 60 L.
    5 to 10 L

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