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115 terms
USMLE Dermatology
5 locations melanoma metastasizes?
Embryological origin of melanocytes
ABCDE of melanoma
3 big metastatic tumors to the brain
Brain, GI, bone, liver, lungs
Neural crest
Asymmetry, Border irregularities, Color Variation, Diameter >…
Lung, renal, melanoma
5 locations melanoma metastasizes?
Brain, GI, bone, liver, lungs
Embryological origin of melanocytes
Neural crest
120 terms
USMLE-Dermatology
What is a Macule?
What is an example of a disease that c…
What is a patch?
What is a papule?
Flat discoloration less than 1 cm
Tinea Versicolor
A macule greater than 1 cm
A raised lesion less that 1 cm
What is a Macule?
Flat discoloration less than 1 cm
What is an example of a disease that c…
Tinea Versicolor
120 terms
USMLE-Dermatology
What is a Macule?
What is an example of a disease that c…
What is a patch?
What is a papule?
Flat discoloration less than 1 cm
Tinea Versicolor
A macule greater than 1 cm
A raised lesion less that 1 cm
What is a Macule?
Flat discoloration less than 1 cm
What is an example of a disease that c…
Tinea Versicolor
50 terms
USMLE-Dermatology
What is an example of a disease that c…
What is an example of a disease that h…
What is Hyperkeratosis?
What is Parakeratosis?
Tinea Versicolor
Psoriasis
Increased thickness of the stratum corneum.
Hyperkeratosis with retention of nuclei in the stratum corneum
What is an example of a disease that c…
Tinea Versicolor
What is an example of a disease that h…
Psoriasis
186 terms
USMLE2: Dermatology
Stratum Basale... Stratum Spinosum... Stratu…
Stratum Spinosum
Stratum Corneum
Parakeratosis
List the 5 layers of the epidermis
At what epidermal layer do keratin fibres begin being produced?
At what layer do Keratinocytes lose their nucleus?
What is it called when cells in the Stratum Corneum retain th…
Stratum Basale... Stratum Spinosum... Stratu…
List the 5 layers of the epidermis
Stratum Spinosum
At what epidermal layer do keratin fibres begin being produced?
184 terms
Dermatology USMLE Step 2
Non-bullous Impetigo
Hepers Zoster syndromes
Varicella (Chicken Pox)
Toxic Epidermal Necrolysis
staph aureus or A beta-hemolytic strep... Vesicles → rupture → *…
Ophthalmic branch: Lesion on tip of the nose (Hutchinson's si…
"Dewdrop on rose petal"... Lesions of different stages present…
Affects 30-100% of skin surface... *Targetoid lesions/bullae w/…
Non-bullous Impetigo
staph aureus or A beta-hemolytic strep... Vesicles → rupture → *…
Hepers Zoster syndromes
Ophthalmic branch: Lesion on tip of the nose (Hutchinson's si…
120 terms
USMLE-Dermatology
What is a Macule?
What is an example of a disease that c…
What is a patch?
What is a papule?
Flat discoloration less than 1 cm
Tinea Versicolor
A macule greater than 1 cm
A raised lesion less that 1 cm
What is a Macule?
Flat discoloration less than 1 cm
What is an example of a disease that c…
Tinea Versicolor
120 terms
USMLE-Dermatology
What is a Macule?
What is an example of a disease that c…
What is a patch?
What is a papule?
Flat discoloration less than 1 cm
Tinea Versicolor
A macule greater than 1 cm
A raised lesion less that 1 cm
What is a Macule?
Flat discoloration less than 1 cm
What is an example of a disease that c…
Tinea Versicolor
180 terms
USMLE2: Dermatology
Stratum Basale... Stratum Spinosum... Stratu…
Stratum Spinosum
Stratum Corneum
Parakeratosis
List the 5 layers of the epidermis
At what epidermal layer do keratin fibres begin being produced?
At what layer do Keratinocytes lose their nucleus?
What is it called when cells in the Stratum Corneum retain th…
Stratum Basale... Stratum Spinosum... Stratu…
List the 5 layers of the epidermis
Stratum Spinosum
At what epidermal layer do keratin fibres begin being produced?
50 terms
USMLE-Dermatology
What is an example of a disease that c…
What is an example of a disease that h…
What is Hyperkeratosis?
What is Parakeratosis?
Tinea Versicolor
Psoriasis
Increased thickness of the stratum corneum.
Hyperkeratosis with retention of nuclei in the stratum corneum
What is an example of a disease that c…
Tinea Versicolor
What is an example of a disease that h…
Psoriasis
15 terms
USMLE Step 3: Dermatology
What are the treatment options for squ…
Prophyria cutanea tarda is characteriz…
What is alopecia areata and how does i…
How is alopecia areata treated?
cryotherapy... electrosurgery... radiation therapy (used in older p…
painless blisters, hypertrichosis and hyperpigmentation. Asso…
Circular hair loss: smooth and discrete areas of complete hai…
topical or intralesional corticosteriods
What are the treatment options for squ…
cryotherapy... electrosurgery... radiation therapy (used in older p…
Prophyria cutanea tarda is characteriz…
painless blisters, hypertrichosis and hyperpigmentation. Asso…
78 terms
USMLE/COMLEX MSK/Dermatology
Atopic dermatitis (eczema)... Psoriasis... P…
Achondroplasia... What is it? ... Mutation... C…
Lab values in osteoporosis
Paget Disease of the bone... What is it?…
Eczema - flexor surfaces (flexema) ... Psoriasis - extensor s…
o Impaired cartilage proliferation in the growth plate... o Comm…
• Serum Ca, phosphate, PTH, and ALP are normal (helps to excl…
o Imbalance between osteoblast and osteoclast function... • Usua…
Atopic dermatitis (eczema)... Psoriasis... P…
Eczema - flexor surfaces (flexema) ... Psoriasis - extensor s…
Achondroplasia... What is it? ... Mutation... C…
o Impaired cartilage proliferation in the growth plate... o Comm…
57 terms
USMLE World Dermatology
What is the strongest risk factor for…
How does angioedema present?
What is the pathology behind angioedema?
What are cherry hemagiomas?
recently changed mole (RR of 10)... Sun sensitivity increases r…
rapid onset... - noninflammatory edema of face, limbs, genitalia…
C1 inhibitor deficiency, dysfxn, destruction... - C2b and bradyk…
small red cutaneous papules common in aging adults... Do not reg…
What is the strongest risk factor for…
recently changed mole (RR of 10)... Sun sensitivity increases r…
How does angioedema present?
rapid onset... - noninflammatory edema of face, limbs, genitalia…
51 terms
USMLE WORLD- DERMATOLOGY
what type of skin cancer is present in…
which type of skin cancer can display…
how does disseminated crypotococcosis…
porphyria cutanea tarda def of what
scc
scc can cause regional neuro symptoms like numbness and pares…
multiple discrene flesh to red colored papules of varying siz…
def of uroporphyrinogen decarboxylase
what type of skin cancer is present in…
scc
which type of skin cancer can display…
scc can cause regional neuro symptoms like numbness and pares…
57 terms
USMLE World Dermatology
What is the strongest risk factor for…
How does angioedema present?
What is the pathology behind angioedema?
What are cherry hemagiomas?
recently changed mole (RR of 10)... Sun sensitivity increases r…
rapid onset... - noninflammatory edema of face, limbs, genitalia…
C1 inhibitor deficiency, dysfxn, destruction... - C2b and bradyk…
small red cutaneous papules common in aging adults... Do not reg…
What is the strongest risk factor for…
recently changed mole (RR of 10)... Sun sensitivity increases r…
How does angioedema present?
rapid onset... - noninflammatory edema of face, limbs, genitalia…
34 terms
USMLE Dermatology Step 2 CK
SJS and TEN triggers.
___ is characterized by firm, flesh-co…
Which drug can cause skin necrosis wit…
Seborrheic dermatitis is associated wi…
Drugs ... - Allopurinol... - Abx (sulfonamides) ... - Anticonvulsants…
Molluscum contagiosa ... - impaired cellular immunity (HIV disea…
Warfarin-induced skin necrosis ... - Protein C deficiency ... - P…
Parkinson's disease ... HIV
SJS and TEN triggers.
Drugs ... - Allopurinol... - Abx (sulfonamides) ... - Anticonvulsants…
___ is characterized by firm, flesh-co…
Molluscum contagiosa ... - impaired cellular immunity (HIV disea…
57 terms
USMLE World Dermatology
What is the strongest risk factor for…
How does angioedema present?
What is the pathology behind angioedema?
What are cherry hemagiomas?
recently changed mole (RR of 10)... Sun sensitivity increases r…
rapid onset... - noninflammatory edema of face, limbs, genitalia…
C1 inhibitor deficiency, dysfxn, destruction... - C2b and bradyk…
small red cutaneous papules common in aging adults... Do not reg…
What is the strongest risk factor for…
recently changed mole (RR of 10)... Sun sensitivity increases r…
How does angioedema present?
rapid onset... - noninflammatory edema of face, limbs, genitalia…
34 terms
USMLE Step 2 Dermatology
Diagnosis of Melanoma
Malignant Melanoma... Diagnostic Test... Tre…
Squamous Cell Cancer - cause / diagnosis
Basal Cell Carcinoma
Melanoma clinically - ABCDE:... • A: Asymmetry... • B: Border irreg…
Diagnostic Test... • Full thickness biopsy: indispensible... • Don'…
• Sunlight... • Organ transplant!!!!... • Immunosuppressive drugs!…
• Most common skin cancer... • Question describes:... • "Waxy lesio…
Diagnosis of Melanoma
Melanoma clinically - ABCDE:... • A: Asymmetry... • B: Border irreg…
Malignant Melanoma... Diagnostic Test... Tre…
Diagnostic Test... • Full thickness biopsy: indispensible... • Don'…
57 terms
USMLE World Dermatology
What is the strongest risk factor for…
How does angioedema present?
What is the pathology behind angioedema?
What are cherry hemagiomas?
recently changed mole (RR of 10)... Sun sensitivity increases r…
rapid onset... - noninflammatory edema of face, limbs, genitalia…
C1 inhibitor deficiency, dysfxn, destruction... - C2b and bradyk…
small red cutaneous papules common in aging adults... Do not reg…
What is the strongest risk factor for…
recently changed mole (RR of 10)... Sun sensitivity increases r…
How does angioedema present?
rapid onset... - noninflammatory edema of face, limbs, genitalia…
57 terms
USMLE World Dermatology
What is the strongest risk factor for…
How does angioedema present?
What is the pathology behind angioedema?
What are cherry hemagiomas?
recently changed mole (RR of 10)... Sun sensitivity increases r…
rapid onset... - noninflammatory edema of face, limbs, genitalia…
C1 inhibitor deficiency, dysfxn, destruction... - C2b and bradyk…
small red cutaneous papules common in aging adults... Do not reg…
What is the strongest risk factor for…
recently changed mole (RR of 10)... Sun sensitivity increases r…
How does angioedema present?
rapid onset... - noninflammatory edema of face, limbs, genitalia…
31 terms
USMLE- electrolyte, dermatology
Chvostek's sign
Hyperreflexive Tendons
How should severe hyponatremia (<114)…
Treatment of modereate hyponatremia (1…
= contraction of the facial muscles when the facial nerve is…
seen in Hypocalcemia
Hypertonic Saline solution (3% sodium chloride) for the first…
water restriction
Chvostek's sign
= contraction of the facial muscles when the facial nerve is…
Hyperreflexive Tendons
seen in Hypocalcemia
63 terms
Dermatology USMLE Step I review
Scleroderma
Diffuse scleroderma
Limited scleroderma
CREST
- autoimmune, noninflammatory vasculopathy... - collagen deposit…
- involves skin... - rapid progression... - early visceral involvem…
- skin involvement limited... - CREST... - benign clinical course... -…
- Calcinosis... - Raynauds... - Esophageal dysmotility... - Sclerodact…
Scleroderma
- autoimmune, noninflammatory vasculopathy... - collagen deposit…
Diffuse scleroderma
- involves skin... - rapid progression... - early visceral involvem…
120 terms
NPLEX II USMLE-Dermatology
What is common of atopic dermatitis?
What is the cause of redness if a lesi…
What is a granuloma?
What IS erythema nodosum?
Pruritic eruption, common on skin flexures---associated with…
Damage to the capillaries or post-capillary venues, which has…
Collection of histiocytes with or without epitheliod cells an…
Inflammatory lesions of subcutaneous fat, usually on anterior…
What is common of atopic dermatitis?
Pruritic eruption, common on skin flexures---associated with…
What is the cause of redness if a lesi…
Damage to the capillaries or post-capillary venues, which has…
50 terms
NPLEX II USMLE-Dermatology
What is an example of a disease that c…
What is an example of a disease that h…
What is Hyperkeratosis?
What is Parakeratosis?
Tinea Versicolor
Psoriasis
Increased thickness of the stratum corneum.
Hyperkeratosis with retention of nuclei in the stratum corneum
What is an example of a disease that c…
Tinea Versicolor
What is an example of a disease that h…
Psoriasis
54 terms
USMLE Step 3: Dermatology & Surgery
causes of pemphigus vulgaris
treatment of pemphigus vulgaris
treatment of bullous pemphigoid
which is life threatening? pemphigus v…
idiopathic, ace inhibitors, penicillamine
prednisone; if steroids are not effective, use azathioprine,…
systemic steorids; alternatives include tetracycline, erythro…
pemphigus vulgaris
causes of pemphigus vulgaris
idiopathic, ace inhibitors, penicillamine
treatment of pemphigus vulgaris
prednisone; if steroids are not effective, use azathioprine,…
101 terms
USMLE First Aid 2016 Dermatology
A 30-year-old non-smoker presents with…
This presents as a triad of autoimmuni…
This form of scleroderma involves wide…
Anti-DNA topoisomerase I antibody:
Scleroderma-CREST syndrome
Scleroderma (systemic sclerosis)
diffuse scleroderma
Anti-Scl-70 antibody
A 30-year-old non-smoker presents with…
Scleroderma-CREST syndrome
This presents as a triad of autoimmuni…
Scleroderma (systemic sclerosis)
54 terms
USMLE Step 3: Dermatology & Surgery
causes of pemphigus vulgaris
treatment of pemphigus vulgaris
treatment of bullous pemphigoid
which is life threatening? pemphigus v…
idiopathic, ace inhibitors, penicillamine
prednisone; if steroids are not effective, use azathioprine,…
systemic steorids; alternatives include tetracycline, erythro…
pemphigus vulgaris
causes of pemphigus vulgaris
idiopathic, ace inhibitors, penicillamine
treatment of pemphigus vulgaris
prednisone; if steroids are not effective, use azathioprine,…
17 terms
USMLE Step 2CK Hypersensitivity Reactions- Dermatology
Type IV hypersensitivity
Type III hypersensitivity
Allergic blood transfusion reaction- P…
Allergic blood transfusion reaction-S/S
Pathophysiology: T-cell mediated (delayed) → T cells detect A…
Pathophysiology: IgG sticks to soluble antigen and complement…
Type 1 hypersensitivity reaction to donor's blood
Hives, pruritus, wheezing, fever
Type IV hypersensitivity
Pathophysiology: T-cell mediated (delayed) → T cells detect A…
Type III hypersensitivity
Pathophysiology: IgG sticks to soluble antigen and complement…
101 terms
USMLE First Aid 2016 Dermatology
A 30-year-old non-smoker presents with…
This presents as a triad of autoimmuni…
This form of scleroderma involves wide…
Anti-DNA topoisomerase I antibody:
Scleroderma-CREST syndrome
Scleroderma (systemic sclerosis)
diffuse scleroderma
Anti-Scl-70 antibody
A 30-year-old non-smoker presents with…
Scleroderma-CREST syndrome
This presents as a triad of autoimmuni…
Scleroderma (systemic sclerosis)
66 terms
USMLE STEP 3_[[Dermatology]]_ MTB review
What's the treatment of Pitriasis rosea
How to differentiate Pityriasis rosea…
Treatment of mild Acne
Treatment of moderate Acne
it's mild & self-limited (8wks.) w/out scar. ... give topical st…
Pityriasis rosea rashes spares the palms & soles.... VDRL/RPR is…
1. Topical AB --------------(clindo., erythro) ... +... 2. Topical…
1. Benzoyl peroxide ... +... 2. retinoid ----------------(tazarote…
What's the treatment of Pitriasis rosea
it's mild & self-limited (8wks.) w/out scar. ... give topical st…
How to differentiate Pityriasis rosea…
Pityriasis rosea rashes spares the palms & soles.... VDRL/RPR is…
66 terms
Dermatology - USMLE STEP 3 - full review
What's the treatment of Pitriasis rosea
How to differentiate Pityriasis rosea…
Treatment of mild Acne
Treatment of moderate Acne
it's mild & self-limited (8wks.) w/out scar. ... give topical st…
Pityriasis rosea rashes spares the palms & soles.... VDRL/RPR is…
1. Topical AB --------------(clindo., erythro) ... +... 2. Topical…
1. Benzoyl peroxide ... +... 2. retinoid ----------------(tazarote…
What's the treatment of Pitriasis rosea
it's mild & self-limited (8wks.) w/out scar. ... give topical st…
How to differentiate Pityriasis rosea…
Pityriasis rosea rashes spares the palms & soles.... VDRL/RPR is…
23 terms
USMLE Step 2 CK Rapid Review: Dermatology
"Stuck on" appearance
Red plaques with silvery white scaled…
The most common type of skin cancer; t…
Honey crusted lesions
Seborrheic keratosis
Psoriasis
Basal cell carcinoma
Impetigo
"Stuck on" appearance
Seborrheic keratosis
Red plaques with silvery white scaled…
Psoriasis
66 terms
USMLE STEP 3_[[Dermatology]]_ MTB review
What's the treatment of Pitriasis rosea
How to differentiate Pityriasis rosea…
Treatment of mild Acne
Treatment of moderate Acne
it's mild & self-limited (8wks.) w/out scar. ... give topical st…
Pityriasis rosea rashes spares the palms & soles.... VDRL/RPR is…
1. Topical AB --------------(clindo., erythro) ... +... 2. Topical…
1. Benzoyl peroxide ... +... 2. retinoid ----------------(tazarote…
What's the treatment of Pitriasis rosea
it's mild & self-limited (8wks.) w/out scar. ... give topical st…
How to differentiate Pityriasis rosea…
Pityriasis rosea rashes spares the palms & soles.... VDRL/RPR is…
63 terms
Dermatology - USMLE STEP 3 - full review
What's the treatment of Pitriasis rosea
How to differentiate Pityriasis rosea…
Treatment of mild Acne
Treatment of moderate Acne
it's mild & self-limited (8wks.) w/out scar. ... give topical st…
Pityriasis rosea rashes spares the palms & soles.... VDRL/RPR is…
1. Topical AB --------------(clindo., erythro) ... +... 2. Topical…
1. Benzoyl peroxide ... +... 2. retinoid ----------------(tazarote…
What's the treatment of Pitriasis rosea
it's mild & self-limited (8wks.) w/out scar. ... give topical st…
How to differentiate Pityriasis rosea…
Pityriasis rosea rashes spares the palms & soles.... VDRL/RPR is…
22 terms
Rapid Review USMLE Step 2 CK - Dermatology
"Stuck-on" waxy appearance
Red plaques with silvery-white scales…
The most common type of skin cancer: t…
Honey-crusted lesions
Seborrheic keratosis
Psoriasis
Basal cell carcinoma
Impetigo
"Stuck-on" waxy appearance
Seborrheic keratosis
Red plaques with silvery-white scales…
Psoriasis
13 terms
USMLE Step 2 CK Dermatology Kaplan
Melanoma characteristics
Worst prognostic factor for melanoma
Squamous Cell Cancer risk factors... Appe…
Basal Cell Carcinoma appearance
A-asymmetry... B-border irregularity... C-color irregularity... D-diam…
growing lesions... depth*
sun exposure... greatest- longterm immunosuppression (organ tran…
waxy lesion that is shiny like a pearl
Melanoma characteristics
A-asymmetry... B-border irregularity... C-color irregularity... D-diam…
Worst prognostic factor for melanoma
growing lesions... depth*
66 terms
Dermatology - USMLE STEP 3 - full review
What's the treatment of Pitriasis rosea
How to differentiate Pityriasis rosea…
Treatment of mild Acne
Treatment of moderate Acne
it's mild & self-limited (8wks.) w/out scar. ... give topical st…
Pityriasis rosea rashes spares the palms & soles.... VDRL/RPR is…
1. Topical AB --------------(clindo., erythro) ... +... 2. Topical…
1. Benzoyl peroxide ... +... 2. retinoid ----------------(tazarote…
What's the treatment of Pitriasis rosea
it's mild & self-limited (8wks.) w/out scar. ... give topical st…
How to differentiate Pityriasis rosea…
Pityriasis rosea rashes spares the palms & soles.... VDRL/RPR is…
66 terms
Dermatology - USMLE STEP 3 - full review
What's the treatment of Pitriasis rosea
How to differentiate Pityriasis rosea…
Treatment of mild Acne
Treatment of moderate Acne
it's mild & self-limited (8wks.) w/out scar. ... give topical st…
Pityriasis rosea rashes spares the palms & soles.... VDRL/RPR is…
1. Topical AB --------------(clindo., erythro) ... +... 2. Topical…
1. Benzoyl peroxide ... +... 2. retinoid ----------------(tazarote…
What's the treatment of Pitriasis rosea
it's mild & self-limited (8wks.) w/out scar. ... give topical st…
How to differentiate Pityriasis rosea…
Pityriasis rosea rashes spares the palms & soles.... VDRL/RPR is…
66 terms
USMLE STEP 3_[[Dermatology]]_ MTB review
What's the treatment of Pitriasis rosea
How to differentiate Pityriasis rosea…
Treatment of mild Acne
Treatment of moderate Acne
it's mild & self-limited (8wks.) w/out scar. ... give topical st…
Pityriasis rosea rashes spares the palms & soles.... VDRL/RPR is…
1. Topical AB --------------(clindo., erythro) ... +... 2. Topical…
1. Benzoyl peroxide ... +... 2. retinoid ----------------(tazarote…
What's the treatment of Pitriasis rosea
it's mild & self-limited (8wks.) w/out scar. ... give topical st…
How to differentiate Pityriasis rosea…
Pityriasis rosea rashes spares the palms & soles.... VDRL/RPR is…
13 terms
Dermatology
Impetigo
Erysipelas
Cellulitis
Abscess
Very superficial skin infection... Highly contagious... Honey color…
Infection involving upper dermis and superficial lymphatics... W…
Acute, painful, spreading of infection of deeper dermis and s…
Collection of pus from a walled-off infection within deeper l…
Impetigo
Very superficial skin infection... Highly contagious... Honey color…
Erysipelas
Infection involving upper dermis and superficial lymphatics... W…
51 terms
UWorld Dermatology
Salmon-colored plaques covered with si…
Chronic complication of psoriasis.
Patient presents with focal neurologic…
A nest of irregular cells with large n…
Psoriasis
Psoriatic arthritis.
Neural crest. ... Melanoma metastasizes to the brain. Melanocyt…
Melanoma
Salmon-colored plaques covered with si…
Psoriasis
Chronic complication of psoriasis.
Psoriatic arthritis.
90 terms
Osmosis Dermatology
A patient presents with the following…
A 25-year old female patient with AIDS…
The hands in the pictures below depict…
A blister that is umbilicated in the c…
Answer: (A) Molluscum contagiosum ... Main Explanation... Molluscu…
D. Candida albicans... C. albicans is a # diploid fungus that i…
B. Limited cutaneous scleroderma... Main Explanation... Limited cu…
B. Herpes... Herpes viruses (all types) are characterized by bl…
A patient presents with the following…
Answer: (A) Molluscum contagiosum ... Main Explanation... Molluscu…
A 25-year old female patient with AIDS…
D. Candida albicans... C. albicans is a # diploid fungus that i…
55 terms
Dermatology
Freckles and tattoos are medically cal…
Port wine birthmark?
Wart, acne, lichen planus?
Psoriasis?
macules <1cm
patch 1cm+
papule: <1cm and elevated
plaque 1+cm and palpable
Freckles and tattoos are medically cal…
macules <1cm
Port wine birthmark?
patch 1cm+
65 terms
First Aid Dermatology
skin layers
epidermis layers
dermis
tight junction (zonula occludens)
epidermis, dermis, subcutaneous fat (hypodermic, subcutis)
1. stratum corneum (keratin in anucleate cells)... 2. stratum lu…
connective tissue, nerve endings, blood and lymphatics, and a…
prevents paracellular movement of solutes; composed of claudi…
skin layers
epidermis, dermis, subcutaneous fat (hypodermic, subcutis)
epidermis layers
1. stratum corneum (keratin in anucleate cells)... 2. stratum lu…
90 terms
MTB Dermatology
ABCDE of melanoma.
Dx test melanoma
Tx malignant melanoma
Squamous cell carcinoma
Asymmetry ... Border irregularity ... Color irregularities ... *…
Full thickness biopsy
Sx removal w/ significant removal of normal skin surrounding…
Sunlight ... Greatly INC by organ transplant 2/2 long-term use o…
ABCDE of melanoma.
Asymmetry ... Border irregularity ... Color irregularities ... *…
Dx test melanoma
Full thickness biopsy
8 terms
Dermatology
Dermal melanocytosis
Piebaldism
Psoriasis
Atopic dermatitis
bluish/black hyperpigmentation, usually in the lumbrosacral a…
Autosomal dominant, defect in C-kit a plasma membrane recepto…
Idiopathic, genetic predisposition, Th17 inflammation leads t…
Problem is the transition from granular to cornified layer, u…
Dermal melanocytosis
bluish/black hyperpigmentation, usually in the lumbrosacral a…
Piebaldism
Autosomal dominant, defect in C-kit a plasma membrane recepto…
112 terms
Step 2 CK Dermatology
Tight junction (zonula occludens)
Adherens junction (zonula adherens)
Desmosome (macula adherens)
Gap junction
Prevents paracellular movement of solutes; composed of claudi…
Connects actin cytoskeletons of adjacent cells with cadherins…
Structural support via keratin interactions
Channel proteins called connexons permit electrical and chemi…
Tight junction (zonula occludens)
Prevents paracellular movement of solutes; composed of claudi…
Adherens junction (zonula adherens)
Connects actin cytoskeletons of adjacent cells with cadherins…
32 terms
Medical Terms, Definitions, Diseases in Dermatology
What is Dennie-Morgan fold?
What is Onchocerciasis?
What is Wiskott-Aldrich syndrome (WAS)?
What is intertriginous area?
A Dennie-Morgan fold, also known as a Dennie-Morgan line or a…
Onchocerciasis, also known as river blindness and Robles dise…
Wiskott-Aldrich syndrome (WAS) is a rare X-linked recessive d…
In medicine, an intertriginous area is where two skin areas m…
What is Dennie-Morgan fold?
A Dennie-Morgan fold, also known as a Dennie-Morgan line or a…
What is Onchocerciasis?
Onchocerciasis, also known as river blindness and Robles dise…
51 terms
Introduction to Dermatology (Lecture 1)
How thick is the Stratum Cornea?
Three layers of skin
Layers of skin
What is the skin's main function?
Sheet of paper thickness
1) Epidermis... 2) Dermis... 3) Subcutaneous Layer
To regulate temperature
How thick is the Stratum Cornea?
Sheet of paper thickness
Three layers of skin
1) Epidermis... 2) Dermis... 3) Subcutaneous Layer
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Dermatology Lecture 1: Intro to Dermatology
What is the major barrier of your skin?
What are the different layers of the e…
How thick is the epidermis in your eye…
Once penetration of the epidermis has…
epidermis
basal cell layer, stratum spinosum, stratum granulosum, strat…
.05 mm thick
dermis
What is the major barrier of your skin?
epidermis
What are the different layers of the e…
basal cell layer, stratum spinosum, stratum granulosum, strat…
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