Practice Test 2

Q. 1
What is the color of G-CSF drug?
  • a. Blue
  • b. Yellow
  • c. Pink
  • d. Purple
  • e. White
  • Answer: A

Q. 2
2. Which one of the following signs or symptoms is absent in prostate cancer?
  • a. Anuria
  • b. Hematuria
  • c. Dysuria
  • d. Back pain
  • e. Nocturia
  • Answer: A

Q. 3
Which of the following does not cause mutation within a proto-oncogene?
  • a. A decrease in protein activity
  • b. Loss of regulation
  • c. A decrease in protein concentration
  • d. Gene duplication
  • e. A chromosomal translocation
  • Answer: A

Q. 4
Which one of the following is a tumor suppressor gene?
  • a. RET
  • b. MET
  • c. KIT
  • d. BCR-ABL
  • e. BRCA 1
  • Answer: A

Q. 5
Which is considered as a normal gene that finally becomes an oncogene due to mutations?
  • a. Proto-oncogene
  • b. Oncoprotein
  • c. Oncomirs
  • d. Oncovirus
  • e. Apoptosis
  • Answer: A

Q. 6
Which form of cancer is highly expected in Ataxia telangiectasia?
  • a. Leukemia
  • b. Pancreas cancer
  • c. Gall-bladder cancer
  • d. Liver cancer
  • e. Lung cancer
  • Answer: A

Q. 7
Which electrolyte disturbance is common in patients receiving cisplatin?
  • a. Hypermagnesemia
  • b. Hypercalcaemia
  • c. Hyperkalemia
  • d. Hyponatremia
  • e. Hypomagnesaemia
  • Answer: A

Q. 8
A 45-year-old male patient gets an abnormal result on a pap smear test. The patient reads the pap smear report and asks regarding dysplasia. Which of the following statements should the nurse provide him?
  • a. Presence of un-differentiated tumor cells, which are not similar cells to the tissues of its own origin
  • b. More amount of normal cell which is normally arranged in a tissue
  • c. Replacement of differentiated cell by a type of cell which is not normally found
  • d. Alteration in only the size of the differentiated cells
  • e. Alteration in the size, shape, and organization of differentiated cells.
  • Answer: A

Q. 9
A 38-year-old female patient asks regarding mammogram and breast cancer. She is not a high risk client for breast cancer. What must the nurse say to this patient?
  • a. Tell her that she must have had a baseline mammogram before the age of 30
  • b. Educate her on a low-fat diet to decrease her chances of getting breast cancer
  • c. Educate her to da a breast self-examination in the first 5 days at her menstrual cycle
  • d. Educate that if yearly mammograms are done in a routine, breast self-examination is not needed
  • e. She should perform breast self-examination during the last 5 days of each menstrual cycle.
  • Answer: A

Q. 10
A 46-year-old female patient is diagnosed with cancer and is planning to undergo radiation therapy. The nurse knows that the radiation can cause some generalized adverse effects. Which of the following symptoms would the nurse tell the patient to anticipate for?
  • a. Stomatitis
  • b. Hair loss
  • c. Vomiting
  • d. Fatigue
  • e. Cyanosis
  • Answer: A

Q. 11
A nurse is collecting past medical history from a 43-year-old male patient. Which of the following conditions can make the nurse suspect colorectal cancer in this patient?
  • a. Hemorrhoids
  • b. Duodenal ulcers
  • c. Polyps
  • d. Weight gain of 10 kgs
  • e. Weight gain of 15 kgs
  • Answer: A

Q. 12
A 48-year-old female patient is receiving chemotherapy for breast cancer. Which of the following features makes the nurse identify that there is an electrolyte imbalance in the patient?
  • a. Serum potassium level of 3.8mEq/L
  • b. Urine output of 400 ml in 9 hours
  • c. Blood pressure of 120/60 mm Hg
  • d. Dry oral mucosa and cracked lips
  • e. Blood pressure of 130/70 mm Hg
  • Answer: A

Q. 13
A nurse uses ABCD method to assess skin lesions for possible skin cancer. In ABCD method what does the letter ‘A’ stand for?
  • a. Anger
  • b. Asymmetry
  • c. Allergy
  • d. Anuria
  • e. Acne
  • Answer: A

Q. 14
A 43-year-old female patient is diagnosed with cancer. She is being assessed for a possible metastasis. Which of the following organs would the nurse identify as one of the most common metastasis sites for cancer cells?
  • a. Descending colon
  • b. Liver
  • c. Cervix
  • d. Vagina
  • e. Ascending colon
  • Answer: A

Q. 15
A nurse is preparing a nursing care plan for a patient with marrow suppression. If the nurse administers the drug floxuridine, how long after drug administration does the recovery of bone marrow suppression occur as an adverse effect?
  • a. 4-7 days
  • b. 7-14 days
  • c. 25 days
  • d. 21 days
  • e. 16 days
  • Answer: A

Score: 0/15