INSTRUCTIONS Caring for a patient with a desmoid tumor
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Caring for a patient with a desmoid tumor
GENERAL PURPOSE: To provide information about desmoid tumors. LEARNING OBJECTIVES/OUTCOMES: After completing this continuing-education activity, you should be able to: 1. Describe the characteristics of desmoid tumors. 2. Identify available treatment strategies for patients with a desmoid tumor. 3. List the nursing considerations for a patient with a desmoid tumor.
- Which is a characteristic of desmoid tumors?
- rapid growth
- Desmoid tumors associated with FAP generally occur in the
- shoulder girdle.
- Which is correct regarding surgical management of desmoid tumors associated with FAP?
- The tumors frequently recur after surgery.
- Adjuvant radiation and chemotherapy are necessary.
- Amputation is the only option for most extremity tumors.
- Desmoid tumors are more common in
- women of reproductive age.
- older adults.
- Seventy-five percent of all desmoid tumors occur after
- abdominal surgery.
- traumatic injuries.
- Most pregnancy-related desmoid tumors occur in the right
- obturator internus muscle.
- inferior gemellus muscle.
- rectus abdominis muscle.
- Possible complications of desmoid tumors include
- liver metastasis.
- lung metastasis.
- intestinal fistula.
- A desmoid tumor that's minimally symptomatic and not growing is designated as
- Stage I.
- Stage II.
- Stage III.
- Definitive diagnosis of a desmoid tumor requires
- Historically, the treatment of choice for desmoid tumors has been
- According to the “step-up strategy,” the first step for treating intra-abdominal desmoid tumors is
- targeted molecular therapy.
- Hormonal agents for intra-abdominal desmoid tumors include
- For desmoid tumors in the extremities, treatment may include isolated limb perfusion with tumor necrosis factor and
- The first sign of a desmoid tumor is often an inguinal, abdominal, or extremity
- painless swelling.
- painful mass.
- rapidly growing mass.
- What should be encouraged postoperatively to prevent pneumonia?
- NSAID use
- prescribed dietary modifications
- early ambulation
- For patients receiving chemotherapy, the recommended diet usually is high in calories and
- What pharmaceutical appetite stimulant may benefit patients receiving chemotherapy?
- A common manifestation in patients receiving chemotherapy for desmoid tumors is