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Flashcards in Oncology Random 2 Deck (10):
1

Which of the following is a partial estrogen receptor antagonist?
A. Anastrazole
B. Tamoxifen
C. Exenestabe
D. Letrozole

B

2

Which of the following is an aromatase inhbitor that is an irreversible steroid analague?
A. Anastrazole
B. Tamoxifen
C. Exenestabe
D. Letrozole

Exemestane

Anastrazole and Letrozole are reversible inhibitors

3

Which of the following is a LHRH agonist?
A.Flutamide
B. Goserelin
C. Bicalutamide
D. A and C

Goserelin (+ Leuprolide)

A and C are Androgen receptor blockers

4

Which of the following will target CD 20
A. Bevacizumab
B. Ofatumumab
C. Trastuzumab
D. Pertuzumab

Ofatumumab

Also: Rituximab

5

Which of the following will target Her 2 neu
A. Panitumumab
B. Ofatumumab
C. Cetuximab
D. Pertuzumab

Pertuzumab and Traszumab

Panitumumab and Cetuximab- targets EGFR
Ofatumab- targets CD 20

6

Which of the following will VEGF
A. Bevacizumab
B. Ofatumumab
C. Trastuzumab
D. Pertuzumab

A

7

In a patient with febrile neutropenia who is expected to have a short duration of neutropenia with no hypotension or abdominal or orther localizing sx, which of the following is not an approprate antibiotic?
A. Ciprofloxacin
B. Moxifloxacin
C. Azithromycin
D. Amoxicillin + Clavulanate

C

8

When should GCSF be started?
A. Concurrentlywith chemotherapy or radiation therapy
B. 24 hours after chemo therapy
C. Once patients develop a fever regardless of clinical status
D. None of the above

B. It is started 24-72 hrs post chemo if indicated

9

When should transfusion be started in a patient with CA and CAD?
A. Hgb <70
B. Hgb <80
C. Hgb <90
D. Hgb <100

C

Hgb <80 if there is no underlying condition

10

Which of the following is a common cause of Diarrhea?
A. Cyclophosphamide
B. 5FU
C. Cisplatin
D. Mechlorethamine

5FU

The rest are high risk chemotherapeutic agents for vomiting