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Prep u Alteration in Genetics Question 1 See full question 1m 39s A woman is aware that she is the carrier of a sex-linked recessive disease (hemophilia A); her husband is free of the disease. W... hat frequency of this disease could she expect to see in her children? .Question 2 See full question 16s The nurse is performing an assessment of a 6-year-old girl with Turner syndrome. What finding would the nurse most likely assess? Question 3 See full question 13s Girls with Turner syndrome will usually exhibit: Question 4 See full question 13s Nurses are expected to know how to use the first genetic test. What is it? Question 5 See full question 1m A woman with both heart disease and osteoarthritis has come to the genetics clinic for genetic screening. What would the nurse know about these two diseases? Question 6 See full question 29s The parents of a child diagnosed with Tay-Sachs inquire about progression of the disorder. Which statement by the nurse is accurate? Question 7 See full question 24s Which statement about nondisjunction of a chromosome is true? Question 8 See full question 58s An 18-year-old male is diagnosed with Klinefelter syndrome. What signs and symptoms are consistent with this diagnosis? Question 9 See full question 51s A woman in her third trimester has just learned that her fetus has been diagnosed with cri-du-chat syndrome. The nurse recognizes that this child will likely have which characteristic? Question 10 See full question 19s The nurse is assessing a 2-week-old boy who was born at home and has not had metabolic screening. Which sign or symptom indicates phenylketonuria? Question 1 See full question 1m 49s The nurse is caring for a child with Down syndrome (trisomy 21). This is an example of which type of inheritance? Question 2 See full question 14s The nurse prepares a couple to have a karyotype performed. What describes a karyotype? Question 3 See full question 11s What is the main purpose of nurses having basic genetic knowledge? Question 4 See full question 12s Which statement by the nurse accurately describes the term phenotype? Question 5 See full question 1m 11s Which statement by the parent of a 12-month-old child diagnosed with Down syndrome shows the need for further education? Question 6 See full question 15s A nurse is teaching about autosomal dominant and recessive genetics. Which statement by the nurse is accurate? Question 7 See full question 2m 22s The nurse is assessing infants in the newborn nursery. Who is most likely to have a major anomaly? Question 8 See full question 1m 53s The nurse is talking with a pregnant woman who is a carrier for a genetic disorder. The woman does not have any symptoms of the disorder. The pregnant woman asks the nurse about the risk to her unborn baby. What is the most appropriate response by the nurse? Question 9 See full question 16s The student nurse is studying the genetics of clients who are seeking assistance from a genetic counseling center. The student nurse notes monogenic disorders have which characteristic? Question 10 See full question 6m 14s A woman has just given birth to a healthy term newborn. Upon assessing the umbilical cord, the nurse would identify what findings as normal? Select all that apply. Question 1 See full question 23s A woman carries a recessive gene for sickle cell anemia. If her sexual partner also has this recessive gene, the chance that her first child will develop sickle cell anemia is: Question 2 See full question 21s When assessing newborns for chromosomal disorders, which assessment would be mostsuggestive of a problem? Question 3 See full question 15s A pregnant client has heard about Down syndrome and wants to know about the risk factors associated with it. What would the nurse include as a risk factor? Question 4 See full question 10s Nondisjunction of a chromosome results in which diagnosis? Question 5 See full question 10s Cystic fibrosis is an example of which type of inheritance? Question 6 See full question 56s Which condition is a part of normal newborn screening? Question 7 See full question 16s A couple wants to start a family. They are concerned that their child will be at risk for cystic fibrosis because they each have a cousin with cystic fibrosis. They are seeing a nurse practitioner for preconceptual counseling. What would the nurse practitioner tell them about cystic fibrosis? Question 8 See full question 12s A pregnant woman has a child at home who has been diagnosed with neurofibromatosis She asks the nurse what she should look for in the new baby that would indicate that it also has neurofibromatosis. What sign should the nurse instruct the woman to look for in the new baby? Question 9 See full question 14s A nursing student correctly identifies that a person's outward appearance or expression of genes is referred to as the: Question 10 See full question 14s The nurse is caring for a newborn girl with galactosemia. Which intervention will be necessary for her health? Question 1 See full question 41s A pregnant woman undergoes a triple/quadruple screen at 16 to 18 weeks' gestation. What would the nurse suspect if the woman's level is decreased? Question 2 See full question 20s The nurse is describing some of the developmental milestones the mother of a 3-month-old boy with Down syndrome can expect to see in her child. Which statement describes the milestones that are expected in a child with Down syndrome? Question 3 See full question 10s A nurse is assessing a child diagnosed with Sturge-Weber syndrome. What finding would the nurse expect to find when assessing the skin? Question 4 See full question 10s After teaching a class of students about genetics and inheritance, the instructor determines that the teaching was successful when the students identify this as the basic unit of heredity. Question 5 See full question 10s A baby is born with what the primary care provider believes is a diagnosis of trisomy 21. This means that the infant has three number 21 chromosomes. What factor describes this genetic change? Question 6 See full question 41s An older pregnant woman has come to the clinic for her first prenatal visit. She asks the nurse about age guidelines for genetic counseling and prenatal testing. The nurse informs the client that genetic counseling and prenatal testing should be performed for all pregnant women in which age group? Question 7 See full question 29s A nurse is counseling a couple who have a 5-year-old daughter with Down syndrome. The nurse recognizes that their daughter's genome is represented by which chromosone combination? Question 8 See full question 47s There are many steps in the process of genetic counseling and testing. Put these steps in the correct chronological order from first to last. All options must be used. Question 9 See full question 18s The nurse is assessing a 3-year-old boy with Sturge–Weber syndrome. Which finding is mostindicative of the disorder? Question 10 See full question 11s While talking with a pregnant woman who has undergone genetic testing, the woman informs the nurse that her baby will be born with Down syndrome. The nurse understands that Down syndrome is an example of a: Question 1 See full question 38s When describing genetic disorders to a group of couples planning to have children, the nurse would identify which as an example of an autosomal dominant inheritance disorder? Question 2 See full question 29s The parent of a child diagnosed with Duchenne muscular dystrophy asks why gene therapy is not being used to treat her child. What is the best response by the nurse? Question 3 See full question 44s Which statement by the nurse is most accurate when counseling a couple about transmitting Huntington disease from father to child? Question 4 See full question 35s A man is heterozygous for cystic fibrosis (an autosomal recessive disorder). His partner, however, is homozygous for the healthy gene, meaning she is not a carrier. What are the odds that their child will have the disease cystic fibrosis? Question 5 See full question 12s The incidence of Down syndrome is 1:1600 in women older than 40 years of age, compared with 1:100 in women younger than 20 years. Question 6 See full question 30s The nurse is examining an 8-year-old boy with chromosomal abnormalities. Which sign or symptom suggests the boy has Angelman syndrome? Question 7 See full question 13s The nurse is assessing a 2-week-old boy who was born at home and has not had metabolic screening. Which sign or symptom indicates phenylketonuria? Question 8 See full question 52s The nurse is examining a 2-year-old girl with VATER association. Which sign or symptom should be noted? Question 9 See full question 12s Parents have just given birth to a child diagnosed with trisomy 21 (Down syndrome). The couple are parents of 3 other children under the age of 8 years old with no genetic disorders. What would be a priority nursing diagnosis at this time? Question 10 See full question 12s A nurse is preparing a presentation for a group of nurses about genetic discoveries and advances. When discussing this topic, the nurse would most likely include which topic area related to the potential for misuse? Question 1 See full question 22s A woman is aware that she is the carrier of a sex-linked recessive disease (hemophilia A); her husband is free of the disease. What frequency of this disease could she expect to see in her children? Question 2 See full question 21s A woman is to undergo chorionic villus sampling as part of a risk assessment for genetic disorders. What statement would the nurse include when describing this test to the woman? Question 3 See full question 24s The nurse is performing a physical examination on a 1-week-old girl with trisomy 13. What would the nurse expect to assess? Question 4 See full question 37s A nurse is assessing a child and finds several major congenital anomalies. What might the nurse find? Select all that apply. Question 5 See full question 17s Girls with Turner syndrome will usually exhibit: Question 6 See full question 18s An 18-year-old male is diagnosed with Klinefelter syndrome. What signs and symptoms are consistent with this diagnosis? Question 7 See full question 19s An infant with craniosynostosis from Apert syndrome becomes lethargic and starts to vomit. What is the priority nursing intervention? Question 8 See full question 44s A 25-year-old woman who recently underwent genetic testing has just learned that she is heterozygous dominant for Huntington disease. Her husband, however, who also underwent the testing, is free from the trait. What are the odds that the couple will have a child who will inherit the disorder? Question 9 See full question 24s The student nurse is studying the genetics of clients who are seeking assistance from a genetic counseling center. The student nurse notes monogenic disorders have which characteristic? Question 10 See full question 41s A woman is to undergo karyotyping. The nurse best explains this testing as: [Show More]

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