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NCLEX Practice Question: Quiz No 403 with Answer & Rationale

NCLEX Practice Question: Quiz No 403 with Answer & Rationale

NCLEX Practice Question: Quiz No 403 with Rationale

Below is a sample question for preparation of NCLEX Exam. "
In a hospital a 73-year-old patient is admitted, who sustained a fracture in his right hip. He requests pain medication from the nurse. Based on his injury detail, which type of pain is this patient most likely experiencing???" Chose right One ..
  • 1- Phantom
  • 2- Visceral
  • 3- Deep somatic
  • 4- Referred

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Correct Answer:

  • 3- Deep somatic

Rationale is :

Deep somatic pain normally originates in ligaments, nerves, tendons, blood vessels, and bones. Therefore, a fracture in a hip causes deep somatic pain. Phantom pain is pain that is perceived to originate from a body part that was removed during surgery of patient . Visceral pain is caused by deep internal pain receptors and occurs in the abdominal cavity, thorax and 
cranium
. Referred pain occurs in an area of body that is distant to the original site.

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