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 Dysmenorr

 

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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 male’s 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 male’s 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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