STAR Pre-Test Q42010

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3. What type of rehabilitation program is designed to maximize function after permanent impairments caused by cancer and/or cancer therapies?
4. What does the American Cancer Society recommend for daily adult physical activity levels?
5. Graft versus host disease most commonly involves:
6. Women diagnosed with breast cancer who have undergone taxane based chemotherapy, compared to healthy controls, have been shown to have significantly
7. Conventional or “radical” neck dissection typically involves removal of which muscle?
8. A very common cause of major post-operative upper limb dysfunction 6 months after surgery in women with breast cancer is
9. Use the following case to answer this and the next question: Ken is a 53-year-old man who was diagnosed with Stage 3 esophageal cancer five months ago. Ken is a construction foreman but he doesn’t have to do any lifting at work. He mostly works at a computer and phone in his office but occasionally Ken goes to different job sites that may be as far as 60 miles from his home. He is happily married with two teenage children. What type of treatment, commonly used to manage Stage 3 esophageal cancer, would potentially leave Ken with the greatest impairments and the most risk of disability?
10. Ken has been out of work since he was diagnosed with cancer and wants to return to work as soon as possible. His initial evaluation showed deficits consistent with those seen with the surgical procedure resulting in the greatest disability. What rehabilitation interventions would most likely facilitate his return to work as quickly as possible? Choose all that apply.
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