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1

The most common pathology of malignant tumors of the
prostate is:
a. squamous cell carcinoma.
b. adenocarcinoma.
c. transitional cell carcinoma.
d. Burkitt cell carcinoma

b. adenocarcinoma.

2

The most common type of kidney tumor is:
a. transitional cell lymphoma.
b. choriocarcinoma.
c. adenocarcinoma.
d. seminoma

a. transitional cell lymphoma.

3

The cancer with the highest incidence rate for males is:
a. prostate cancer.
b. penile cancer.
c. kidney and ureteral cancer.
d. lung cancer

a. prostate cancer.

4

Which of the following are common immobilization-repositioning devices used in the treatment of prostate cancer?
I. Polyurethane foam molds
II. Vacuum devices
III. Belly board
IV. Rubber bands or other devices to position the feet
a. I and III only
b. I and IV only
c. II and III only
d. I, II, and IV only

d. I, II, and IV only

5

For patients with bladder cancer, the bladder should be
_________ during whole-bladder radiation.
a. empty
b. partially full
c. full
d. localized with contrast material

c. full

6

A side effect associated with the treatment of prostate cancer, in which the adult male is unable to obtain an erection, is:
a. benign prostatic hypertrophy.
b. transurethral resection of the prostate.
c. impotence.
d. None of the above

c. impotence.

7

The prostate gland is located ______________ to the rectum.
a. posterior
b. anterior
c. superior
d. Both a and c

b. anterior

8

The tumor of the male reproductive and genitourinary system that requires the lowest dose to control the disease is:
a. prostate.
b. kidney.
c. seminoma.
d. bladder

c. seminoma.

9

The tumor of the male reproductive and genitourinary
system for which a brachytherapy implant is most likely
used to control the disease is:
a. prostate.
b. kidney.
c. testis.
d. bladder

a. prostate.

10

The most common testicular tumor pathology is:
a. seminoma.
b. choriocarcinoma.
c. teratoma.
d. embryonal carcinoma

a. seminoma.