NSG 6435 Week 9 Knowledge Check
- An adolescent boy presents to the clinic with a painless mass in the left side of his scrotum. The diagnosis would most likely be which condition?
- What is the most accurate statement about long-acting reversible contraception?
- Which of the following is a risk factor for pregnancy?
- An exam reveals foul-smelling vaginal discharge that emits a fishy odor when combined with 10% potassium hydroxide. What would be the diagnosis?
- Which of the following is an absolute contraindication for the use of combined hormonal contraceptives in adolescent women?