5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- decubitus ulcer
- acne vulgaris
- a "acne"; caused by increased oil production. treated with creams and lotions.
- b (bedsores) develop when pressure slows down blood flow to local areas of the skin
- c furuncles; staphylococcal infection in hair follicles
- d benign neoplasm caused by papillomavirus
- e inflammation of tissues; hot red patches, treat with antimicrobials.
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- hives; red lesions caused by fluid loss from blood vessels
- "zoster" or "shingles"; can only treat symptoms.
- mole; removed by surgery or injections/radiotherapy
- disorder of vessels and connective tissue characterized by hardening of the skin; two types: localized and systemic
- highly contagious staphylococcal or streptococcal infection
5 True/False Questions
eczema → common inflammatory condition characterized by papules, vesicles, and crusts; not a disease itself but a symptom of an underlying condition
genital herpes → STD; caused by person-to-person contact. antivirals help shorten episodes in the beginning
ingrown nails → caused by pressure from tight shoes or improper cut of nail.
rosacea → baldness. caused by hereditary factors, aging, disease, injury, chemotherapy
tinea → fungal infection (mycosis) of the skin; several forms occur