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Quiz: Dermatology

From Mediwikis
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1. Clinical Presentations

  • A Psoriasis
  • B Rosacea
  • C Herpes Simplex
  • D Herpes Zoster
  • E Scabies
  • F Basal Cell Carcinoma
  • G Squamous Cell Carcinoma
  • H Systemic Lupus Erythematosus
  • I Eczema

Match the presentation to the disease:

  1. 48 year old woman with sudden onset, painful rash in a 'dermatomal' formation.
  2. 5 year old girl who complains of itching, but has no external rash or fever. Examination shows burrows in finger webbing.
  3. 52 year old man with scaly plaque formation on extensor limb surfaces and on scalp. Some arthralgia is noted.
  4. 27 year old male with arthralgia and malar rash. Auto-antibodies noted on further investigations.
  5. 72 year old male displays raised, erythematous, well circumscribed rash with 'pearly' edge.
  6. 12 year old girl with a history of hay fever and asthma who presents with itching of the flexor surfaces of her arms.
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2. Match treatment to condition/side effect

  • A Dithranol
  • B Corticosteroids
  • C Retinoids
  • D Topical Tetracycline
  1. Treats Acne Vulgaris.
  2. May cause brittle bones in chronic use.
  3. May stain clothes purple.
  4. Is teratogenic for up to 3 years.
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3. Match the dermatological term to its description:

  • A Dermatographism
  • B Excoriation
  • C Papule
  • D Macule
  • E Lichenification
  • F Pupura
  • G Onycholysis
  1. Appearance of palpably thickened skin with exaggerated skin creases.
  2. A traumatised line of skin caused by repeated rubbing or scratching. Often self-inflicted due to itching.
  3. Caused by bleeding into the skin. This can take the form of small spots (petechiae) or larger bruises (ecchymoses).
  4. Nail lifting off the nail bed.
  5. A raised lesion on the skin. Has well defined borders and is less than 1 cm in diameter.
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