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1. What medical term is used to identify inflammation disorder of the skin that is often considered synonymous with dermatitis and characterized by pruritus’ with lesion that have indistinct border: Eczema. Pityriasis versicolor Pityriasis rosea psoriasis 2. DERMATOPHYTE skin infection can be diagnosed from skin scraping and prepared with which solution for microscopic exam: 10% or 20% potassium hydroxide KOH solution. Hydrochloric acid Distilled water Gram stain 3. ACIRCUMSCRIBED elevated lesion more than 1 cm in diameter in containing clear serous fluid is best described as: Bullae Pustule Vesicle papule 4. When assessing in children’s hydration status the best place to evaluate skin turgor on an adult is: on the back of the hand on the inside of the forearm just below the clavicle the fleshy part of the arms and legs
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4.what is the treatment for strawberry hemangioma? Supportinvolution.Cosmetic medical removal Oral antibioticsTopical steroids 6- Which Of The Following causes condylomas acuminata or genital wart: human papilloma virus (HPV). Herpes simplex virus (HSV1) Adenovirus Chlamydia
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7- A young Female presents to the Family Nurse Practitioner’s office stating that she has a red rash over her trunk for 2 weeks that does not itch, She Has OTC lotion and creams but the rash is still there the rash started as a small round red patch on her chest and has seen spread across her chest back arms and legs physical exam reveals a generalized distribution of erythematous in scaly macular lesion that run parallel to each other creating a Christmas tree pattern the family nurse practitioner should teach the patient : Teach the patient This viral disease is self-limiting last thing 6 to 8 weeks and to avoid prolonged or excessive exposure to sunlight. Prescribed triamcinolone cream 0.025% bid x 2 weeks Refer patient to dermatology for biopsy Do a thorough medication hx, investigate any potential allergy, send to allergy specialist 8-Which clinical manifestation is present in with rubella and not rubeola: conjunctivitis presence of cough runny nose or stuffy nose (coryza) enlarge lymph nodes 9-The disruption in cellular adhesion observed in bull PID impetigo is cause by an exfoliating r/t Which organism? Staphylococcus aureus. Streptococcus pyogenes Candida albicans Escherichia coli 10-Rubeola Is a highly contagious acute disease in children caused by which type of infection: Pink to red coalescent Maculopapular rash on the scalp or trunk. Circular round and oval lesion with erythema and scaling patches Vesicles that rupture creating a thin, flat honey crusted colored crust (impetigo) Red papules, vesicles, and pustules in clusters. 11-Skin lesions that ruptured creating a thin flat honey colored crust are the hallmark clinical manifestation of which skin disorder?
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Bullous Impetigo. Tinea capitis Rubella (German measles) Atopic dermatitis 12-A patient complaining of hyper Hyperhidrosis should be counseled that A history and physical need to be completed to rule out any medical etiologies.
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