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Advance Pathophysiology (20 hours)

 

Parts  1 and 2 have the same questions, however, you must answer with references and different writing always addressing them objectively, that is as if you were different students. Similar responses in wording or references will not be accepted.

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1) Minimum 6 pages  (No word count per page)- Follow the 3 x 3 rule: minimum of three paragraphs per page

You must strictly comply with the number of paragraphs requested per page.

           Part 1: minimum  3 pages

           Part 2: minimum  3 pages

       

         

Submit 1 document per part

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         Bulleted responses are not accepted

         Don’t write in the first person 

         Don’t copy and paste the questions.

         Answer the question objectively, do not make introductions to your answers, answer it when you start the paragraph

Submit 1 document per part

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Parts  1 and 2 have the same questions, however, you must answer with references and different writing always addressing them objectively, that is as if you were different students. Similar responses in wording or references will not be accepted.

Part 1: Advance Pathophysiology

  

Briefly answer the questions in a couple of lines. Do not include unsolicited information

1- What is the age of Puberty for Male and for females?

2- When is early and late Puberty findings positive on each gender? (Males and females)

3- What is Dysmenorrhea? Define Primary and secondary Dysmenorrhea.

4- Primary vs Secondary Amenorrhea. Which the most common cause of secondary Amenorrhea?

5- Causes of abnormal uterine bleeding.

6- Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS)symptomatology.

7- What is premenstrual Syndrome and in which phase of the Ovulatory cycle occurs?

8- Pelvic Inflammatory Disease (PID)concept and main risk factor for it.

9- Vaginitis concept, main causes.

10- Cervicitis concept, Etiology.

11- Vulvodynia concept, and etiology.

12- Bartholinitis. Pathophysiology and symptoms.

13- Mention three types of Ovarian Cysts and its features.

14- What are Leiomyomas, Risk factors for it, and types of these tumors.

15- What is endometriosis? Causes of it and symptoms.

16- Main Cause of Cervical Cancer is.

17- Endometrial Cancer and risk factors.

18- Why is Ovarian Cancer considered the Silent killer?

19- Infertility definition.

20- Galactorrhea concept. Causes for Primary Galactorrhea.

21- What is Priapism? Symptoms and What You do as Primary Care Provider if You receive in your office a patient with this condition?

22- What is Balanitis? Why does this happen?

23- Varicocele: pathophysiology, symptoms and treatment.

24- Hydrocele concept.

25- Spermatocele concept.

26- Cryptorchidism concept. This condition is a common risk factor for which type of Cancer.

27- Testicular torsion scenario and what to do?

28- Features of Testicular Cancer and risk factors.

29- Why BPH happens? Symptoms of Benign Prostate Hyperplasia. Symptoms. How may We detect this disease?

30- May males patient suffers Gynecomastia. Etiology for it. Breast Cancer in Males symptoms.

31- What is the function of Pili structure for Gonorrhea bacteria during infection? Gonorrhea symptoms in males and females and complications.

32- Syphilis Infection: describes symptoms on each Stage.

33- Etiology for Bacterial Vaginosis, Clinical Symptoms.

34- Chlamydia Infection Symptoms.

35- Genital Herpes: etiology, Is there a cure for it? Symptoms.

36- Can We prevent Human Papilloma Virus Infection? Explain it.

37- Trichomoniasis symptoms.

38- Breast Cancer: pathophysiologic theories of this cancer. What is BRACA 1 and 2, Value of it in Primary Care practice. Clinical manifestations of Breast Cancer

Part 2: Advance Pathophysiology

  

Briefly answer the questions in a couple of lines. Do not include unsolicited information

1- What is the age of Puberty for Male and for females?

2- When is early and late Puberty findings positive on each gender? (Males and females)

3- What is Dysmenorrhea? Define Primary and secondary Dysmenorrhea.

4- Primary vs Secondary Amenorrhea. Which the most common cause of secondary Amenorrhea?

5- Causes of abnormal uterine bleeding.

6- Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS)symptomatology.

7- What is premenstrual Syndrome and in which phase of the Ovulatory cycle occurs?

8- Pelvic Inflammatory Disease (PID)concept and main risk factor for it.

9- Vaginitis concept, main causes.

10- Cervicitis concept, Etiology.

11- Vulvodynia concept, and etiology.

12- Bartholinitis. Pathophysiology and symptoms.

13- Mention three types of Ovarian Cysts and its features.

14- What are Leiomyomas, Risk factors for it, and types of these tumors.

15- What is endometriosis? Causes of it and symptoms.

16- Main Cause of Cervical Cancer is.

17- Endometrial Cancer and risk factors.

18- Why is Ovarian Cancer considered the Silent killer?

19- Infertility definition.

20- Galactorrhea concept. Causes for Primary Galactorrhea.

21- What is Priapism? Symptoms and What You do as Primary Care Provider if You receive in your office a patient with this condition?

22- What is Balanitis? Why does this happen?

23- Varicocele: pathophysiology, symptoms and treatment.

24- Hydrocele concept.

25- Spermatocele concept.

26- Cryptorchidism concept. This condition is a common risk factor for which type of Cancer.

27- Testicular torsion scenario and what to do?

28- Features of Testicular Cancer and risk factors.

29- Why BPH happens? Symptoms of Benign Prostate Hyperplasia. Symptoms. How may We detect this disease?

30- May males patient suffers Gynecomastia. Etiology for it. Breast Cancer in Males symptoms.

31- What is the function of Pili structure for Gonorrhea bacteria during infection? Gonorrhea symptoms in males and females and complications.

32- Syphilis Infection: describes symptoms on each Stage.

33- Etiology for Bacterial Vaginosis, Clinical Symptoms.

34- Chlamydia Infection Symptoms.

35- Genital Herpes: etiology, Is there a cure for it? Symptoms.

36- Can We prevent Human Papilloma Virus Infection? Explain it.

37- Trichomoniasis symptoms.

38- Breast Cancer: pathophysiologic theories of this cancer. What is BRACA 1 and 2, Value of it in Primary Care practice. Clinical manifestations of Breast Cancer

 

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