Dermatology Quiz

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Dermatology quiz

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1 / 19

How does lichen planus present clinically?

2 / 19

What is the pathogenesis of pemphigus vulgaris?

3 / 19

What is the most common mole foundΒ in adults?

4 / 19

What childhood infection is associated with Koplik spots?

5 / 19

What is the pathogenesis of vitiligo?

6 / 19

What type of melanoma is often seen in dark skinned individuals?

7 / 19

What is the infective agent implicated in acne?

8 / 19

What disorder is characterised by an initial β€˜herald patch’ which is then followed by scaly erythematous plaques usually in a β€˜Christmas tree’ distribution?

9 / 19

What is the most common causative agent of erythema multiforme (EM)?

10 / 19

What disease is associated with dermatitis herpetiformis?

11 / 19

What skin condition is caused by poxvirus?

12 / 19

What is a precursor to squamous cell carcinoma (SCC)?

13 / 19

What are the histological findings of psoriasis?

14 / 19

How does impetigo present?

15 / 19

What is Leser-TrΓ©lat sign?

16 / 19

What is the best indicator of prognosis for a melanoma?

17 / 19

What condition is associated with acanthosis nigricans?

18 / 19

An elderly lady presents to her doctor with a raised, round discoloured plaque, β€˜stuck on appearance’ on her face. What skin condition is this?

19 / 19

A patient has a a pink pearly nodule with telangiectasias, ulceration and rolled borders on the upper lip.

What condition is associated with this presentation?

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