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18.Fluorescing lesions are best distinguished using a(n):a.incandescent lamp.b.magnifying glass.c.transilluminator.d.Wood’s lamp.e.halogen lamp.ANS: DFluorescing lesions (e.g., some tinea lesions) show a characteristic yellow-green color under aWood’s lamp.Seidel's Guide to Physical Examination 9th Edition Ball Test Bank
TOP: Discipline: PathophysiologyMSC: Organ System: Skin/Connective19.Women with terminal hair growth in a male distribution pattern should receive furtherevaluation for a(n):
TOP: Discipline: PathophysiologyMSC: Organ System: Skin/ConnectiveNURSINGTB.COM
20.Transient mottling of the patient’s skin in a cool room is a common finding in:Seidel's Guide to Physical Examination 9th Edition Ball Test Bank
TOP: Discipline: PathophysiologyMSC: Organ System: Skin/Connective21.A single transverse crease seen on the palm of a small child may imply:
TOP: Discipline: PathophysiologyMSC: Organ System: Skin/Connective23.Cherry angiomas are a common finding in:
TOP: Discipline: PathophysiologyMSC: Organ System: Skin/ConnectiveNURSINGTB.COM
NURSINGTB.COMTOP: Discipline: PathophysiologyMSC: Organ System: Skin/Connective22.Cafe au lait patches are numbered with each assessment of infants and young childrenbecause:a.their numbers are expected to increase each year.b.coalescent lesions are a more serious finding.c.the presence of more than six patches suggests neurofibromatosis.d.decreasing numbers are expected with growth.e.a higher number correlates with the development of erythema toxicum.ANS: CThe presence of more than six patches with diameters of more than 5 mm in children youngerthan 5 years of age suggests neurofibromatosis. Fewer than five patches are usuallyconsidered harmless.
24.Pigmented, raised, warty lesions over the face and trunk should be assessed by an experiencedpractitioner who can distinguish:
NURSINGTB.COMTOP: Discipline: PathophysiologyMSC: Organ System: Skin/Connective

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Cutaneous conditions, Sebaceous gland, Seidel

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