Medical Surgical Nursing Study Set 3
Quiz 26: Assessment of the Skin,hair,and Nails
The Nurse Reads in the Chart That a Client Has
The nurse reads in the chart that a client has a fine,macular rash on the lower extremities.The nurse inspects the client's skin,looking for lesions that can be described with which term? A) Flat B) Raised C) Rough D) Blood-filled
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On assessing a client's lower extremities,the nurse notices that one leg is pale and cooler to the touch.Which assessment does the nurse perform next? A) Ask about a family history of skin disorders. B) Palpate the client's pedal pulses bilaterally. C) Check for the presence of Homans' sign. D) Assess the client's skin for adequate skin turgor.
The nurse observes hirsutism in a female client.What does the nurse do next? A) Assess for deepening of the voice. B) Assess personal hygiene habits. C) Document the finding. D) Prepare the client for a biopsy.
The nurse is assessing for skin changes in an older woman.Which findings require immediate referral? A) Excessive moisture under axilla B) Increased hair thinning C) Increased presence of fungal toenails D) Lesion with various colors E) Spider veins on legs F) Asymmetric 6-mm dark lesion on forehead
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