Medicine: application of medicine,nursing, health professional Primary analysis of the text using interpretative reasoning skills; while, accessing critical development factors in the process of prognosis, diagnosis, and treatment. cssimpson published on May 17, 201410 responses 1 Questions in vertical order A patient was diagnosed with exacerbation COPD; which of the following would best represent his/her symptoms. Mouth sores, urine odor, swollen lip Fatigue, nausea and vomiting,dehydration high fever, severe headache, lymphadenitis shortness of breath, wheezing, frequent lung infections The condition hydremic _ _ _ , concluded characteristics of accumulation of fluid within the peritoneal cavity accompanied by hemodilution, as in protein calore malnutrition. emtriva hydatid ascites apogee The patient sustained neoplastic tumor in a smooth muscle in the uterus;which of the choices would best present the confirmed diagnosis? Lentigo maligna melanoma leiomyoma cutis granuloma annulare hashitoxicosis The prefix "spondyl-" means vertebrae, therefore, If a patient was diagnosed with " spondylosyndesis"; what would be the best method of treatment? Minimally invasive stabilization Cytoluminescent therapy Xenotransplantation Hyperbaric oxygen therapy A rare skin disorder that mainly affects pregnant women, beginning as an eruption in the genitofemoral area and spreading to other areas. Some eruptions are formed in circular if not irregular groups of pustules that tend to coalesce(come together). Impetigo herpetiformis scabies Gestational diabetes Lamellar ichtyhosis "Megaloblastic anemia " A rare lethal familian condition marked by slow physical and mental development, the elfin facies suggested by the name, and severe endocrine disorders, such as enlargment of the clitoris and breasts in females and of the phallus in males. A hematologic disorder cx by the production of macrocytes in the folate and vitamin B12 deficiency. Donohue's syndrome; a respiratory disease cx by an accumulation of cellular matter in the alveoli and bronchial tubes, affecting smokers in their 30s and 40s. It leads to a fibrotic condition with symptoms of coughing, chest pain, weight loss, and dyspnea. hematologic disorder cx by abnormally small erythrocytes, usually associated with iron deficiency anemia, thalassemia, or anemia of chronic inflammation.