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BSC 2347 Module 03 Case Study / BSC2347 AP 2 Module 3 Case Study (Latest): Human Anatomy and Physiology II: Rasmussen College • Question 1 Bonnie, a 52-year-old female, has been having some mild pain in her legs recently and is not sure if she should be concerned about it. She decides to visit her primary care physician since the pain isn’t going away. Bonnie tells her physician that the pain feels like a “general soreness or ache” and seems to be worse on the left side. Her physician notes that the left lower leg seems slightly swollen when compared to the right and feels slightly warmer than the right leg. Bonnie has a history of smoking (1-2 packs/week in her 20s and 30s). She has a BMI of 29. She travels often to see her family that lives across the country. The only medication she has ever taken regularly was oral contraceptives. Now that she is peri-menopausal, she has been treating her symptoms with hormone replacement therapy. Which of these statements is most likely correct? • Question 2 Bonnie’s physician suspects DVT. Which of the following procedures would likely be used to diagnose this condition? • Question 3 Briefly define “thrombus” in your own words. • Question 4 Many of the symptoms Bonnie is experiencing could be related to cardiovascular issues, like DVT. Which of the following symptoms would also relate to that diagnosis? • Question 5 How does Bonnie’s frequent traveling relate to her diagnosis? Briefly explain this in your own words. • Question 6 Pulmonary embolism is the most common complication of DVT. List and briefly describe 3 symptoms that Bonnie should look out for. • Question 7 Which of the following factors would NOT be related to Bonnie’s risk of DVT? • Question 8 Which of the following is NOT a common treatment for DVT? • Question 9 Which of the following statements is true? • Question 10 List and briefly describe 3 prevention measures that Bonnie can take to avoid further complications. • Question 11 Chen, a 78-year-old male has a long history of cardiovascular disease. Recently, he has developed “blue lines” bilaterally, distal to the knees. He is worried that this could be a sign of another heart attack or something similar, so he decides to seek treatment. His physician notes that Chen’s right leg has twisted bulging veins that are blue in color. His left leg has lighter-colored blue lines that are not raised from the surface of the skin. Chen reports that his right leg hurts, especially during and after exercise. Chen reports that his father had varicose veins. Chen reports that he is mostly sedentary and spends a lot of time watching TV or playing board/card games. His BMI is 24, BP is 130/78, and pulse is 68. Based on the information given, which of the following statements is most likely true? • Question 12 If Chen has varicose veins, which of these other symptoms may he experience? (Select all that apply.) • Question 13 Exercise and elevation of the legs are to self-care options to treat varicose veins. • Question 14 Which of the following statements is true? • Question 15 Which part of Chen’s medical information is most likely NOT a risk factor for varicose veins? • Question 16 List and briefly describe 3 complications that can occur if varicose veins go untreated. • Question 17 Briefly describe how a high-fiber, low-salt diet would help prevent the development of varicose veins. • Question 18 Define “telangiectasia” in your own words. • Question 19 Which of the following statements is true regarding Chen’s treatment? • Question 20 Which of the following at-home measures may help treat and prevent varicose veins? (Select all that apply.)

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