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After a hystosalpingogram or a laparoscopic procedure, women often…
After a hystosalpingogram or a laparoscopic procedure, women often experience shoulder pain. What is this pain called? What is the cause of this pain? You are educating a woman to prepare for a mammogram. What should you tell her about her normal morning routine that would affect the mammogram? In the evaluation of breast masses:What can an ultrasound help determine? A mammogram doesn’t show differences in densities, but how might it show the differences between cysts and tumors? Pap Test:What disease does this test screen for?What does this test result show?What does the term “cytology” mean? When should a young woman start having this test as a part of her health maintenance? Colposcopy:When is this diagnostic testing done?How is this diagnostic done?What information does this diagnostic provide? Serologic Study:a. How does a serologic study differ from a culture? Why might a serologic study be ordered for reproductive diagnostics? PSA:What test has the acronym PSA? What type of sample is needed for PSA testing?What does this test show? What are normal levels? What levels are of concern? Computed Tomography (CT):How is a CT different from a regular X-ray? For reproductive diagnostics, what are some instances when an X-ray is used?For reproductive diagnostics, what are some instances where a CT might be used? Ultrasound (Sonogram):How is an ultrasound different from an X-ray (radiograph)? For reproductive concerns, what structures might have an ultrasound examination as part of diagnostics? What specific instructions would you give a woman who is having a uterine ultrasound? MRI:What does the acronym MRI stand for? What is the difference between a MRI and an X-ray?What education would you provide about the procedure?For what reproductive concerns might a MRI be ordered? What can a MRI show that you couldn’t determine from an X-ray? Hysteroscopy & Laparoscopy:How does a hysteroscopy differ from a laparoscopy? What are some reasons a laparoscopy might be performed for reproductive diagnostics? What are some reasons a hysteroscopy might be performed? Biopsies:For what reproductive conditions might a biopsy be performed? What are some different ways tissues for biopsy might be obtained? Contraindications:What is a contraindication to having a MRI? What is a contraindication to having an X-ray or CT with contrast dye? What is a relative contraindication to having an X-ray or a CT?
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