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Yr 4 Dermatology Student Slideshow Quiz
A: What is this? B: What would you treat it with?
A: What is this? Tinea cruris B: What would you treat it with? Topical antifungal e.g. Clotrimazole
A: What is this? B: What organism causes it?
A: What is this? Scabies B: What organism causes it? Sarcoptes Scabei
A: what is this? B: list three topical treatments
A: what is this? psoriasis B: list three topical treatments 1.Tar 2.Dithranol 3.Vit D analogues
A: What is this? B: What treatment should be given? C: Why should this patient be monitored regularly?
A: What is this? Lichen sclerosus B: What treatment should be given? Topical steroids C: Why should this patient be monitored regularly? Increased cancer risk
A: What is this? B: What treatment?
A: What is this? Pityriasis versicolor B: What treatment? Antifungals
A: What is this lesion called? B: What condition does it occur in?
A: What is this lesion called? kerion B: What condition does it occur in? Tinea capita
A 23 year-old male presents with this rash and fever, malaise and joint pain. What is it?
A 23 year-old male presents with this rash and fever, malaise and joint pain. What is it? Acne fulminans
A: What are these lesions? B: How would you treat them?
A: What are these lesions? Viral warts B: How would you treat them? Topical salicylic acid
A: What is this? B: What treatment?
A: What is this? Lichen planus B: What treatment? Topical steroids
What is this?
A: What is this? B: What organism usually causes it?
A: What is this? Folliculitis B: What organism usually causes it? Staph. Aureus
A: What is this? B: What treatment would you offer?
A: What is this? Erythema nodosum B: What treatment would you offer? Bed rest and analgesics
Psoriasis. Atopic Dermatitis Contact Dermatitis.
Superficial Dermatology for the internist. ACNE VULGARIS.
Lesion #1 Click for the Answer Next Slide. Lesion #2 Click for the Answer Next Slide.
Darktar Dr B Kelly. When/How to prescribe? w Define the problem w Only when necessary w Benefit outweighs the risk? w Discuss treatment options w Communication.
Dermatology. 1.1 Demonstrate appropriate history-taking for patients with skin problems, including past personal history, family history, chemical contacts.
Herpes Simplex Grouped vesicles that recur in the same location May be preceded by a prodrome of symptoms including itching, burning, tingling, painful.
RASH DECISIONS ETHAN PETTIT, D.O. FAAP. ERYTHEMA TOXICUM Up to 60% of Term infants Healthy infants Vesicles/pustues with ring of red around E=E Erythema.
Sajid Nazir How would you manage it? almost never metastasizes but it may kill by local invasion commonest skin cancer incidence is related to.
Common Skin Diseases Dr M Feldman. What’s this.
It’s This Rash Doc…. Richard de Ferrars GP Programme Director.
Amber Giacomazzi, MS, ATC. _______ Infections ______________ Skin eruption of _______ that tend to recur in the ____________ HSV-1 : occurs as.
WOMEN’S HEALTH Sexually Transmitted Infections & Cervical Screening
RASH BEHAVIOR STEPHEN G. MALLETTE, D.O.,F.A.O.C.D. ATHENS, ALABAMA.
Practical Approach to Dermatology Richard P. Usatine, M.D. Director of Medical Student Education UTHSCSA Department of Family and Community Medicine.
Dermatology Blueprint Questions, Answers, and Explanations.
DERMATOLOGY FUNGAL & MYCOBACTERIAL INFECTIONS OF THE SKIN.
Yr 4 Dermatology Quiz Dr Mary Cuthbert GP and GPwSI Dermatology.
Sexual Health & College Students Peer Educators University of West Georgia.
Anatomy & Physiology Skin Abnormalities Skin Diseases.
Erythema By Dr. Mohamad Nasr Lecturer Of Dermatology & Venereology.
Cutaneous Bacterial Infections and Infestations David R. Carr, MD FAAD Division of Dermatology The Ohio State University.
Acne Vulgaris Inflammation of the Sebaceous Glands Usually occurs in Adolescence Hormonal changes increase the production of sebum Can be increased by.
Skins Personal Treatment Plans. Why Plans? Once you start treating skin conditions habits die-hard! You do the first thing that comes into your head or.
Welcome to Unit 4 Seminar!. Slid e 2 Common Skin Condition Symptoms cutaneous lesions or eruptions pruritis (itching) pain edema (swelling) erythema (redness)
Dermatopharmacology Prof Werner Sinclair Department of Dermatology University of the Free State.
What is it? ◦ The skin and membranes that cover body surfaces and line the surfaces of organs.
Infections of the Skin Lice, Scabies, Pinworm, Ringworm, Impetigo.
Sexually Transmitted Infections Chlamydia Gonorrhea Syphilis Herpes Genital Warts Hepatitis B HIV (AIDS) Trichomoniasis Pubic Lice Scabies Nongonococcal.
A Fungal Disease Mr. Watt Mod 1/2/5 Fever Valley Fever.
Lichen Planus. Management of Psoriasis Patient education Not curable Not contagious Common disorder Exacerbating factors Categorize into localized v.
Paula Shistel 6 th Period Anatomy 2/5/08. The technical term for Shingles is Herpes Zoster. It is a viral disease characterized by a painful skin rash.
SKIN AND RASHES CHAPTER 4 CHAPTER 4 Athlete’s Foot Fungal Infection (tinea pedia) Fungal Infection (tinea pedia) Itchy Itchy Red Red peeling the skin.
Contagious Skin Conditions Nicole Moss, LAT, ATC ISWA Sports Medicine Director.
Lichen Planus. Lichen planus Is a non infectious immunological mediated skin disorder. It is a disorder in which lymphocytes attack the epidermis. It.
Body Structures and Functions Skin Disorders. ACNE Symptoms- characterized by blackheads, whiteheads, and pimples. Cysts and nodules form in severe cases.
Done By: Yacoub Zayadin. Anatomy of the outer ear.
Dermatology in Family Medicine 1 Clerkship Briefing Dr. Clayton Dyck.
DERM Azad Karim. INFECTIONS Parvo B19: “Slap Cheek” Hydrops fetalis/ SC crisis Scabies Burrows/ linear rash Tx w. Permethrin + wash everything.
Copyright © 2011 Wolters Kluwer Health | Lippincott Williams & Wilkins Chapter 4: The Integumentary System.
Ringworm is a common fungal infection of the skin and is not due to a worm. The medical term for ringworm is tinea. The condition is further named for.
Bacterial Skin Infections By: Mohamad Nasr. Bacterial Infections Staphylococcus aureus and Streptococcus pyogenes account for the vast majority of skin.
McGraw-Hill © 2013 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. All rights reserved. Chapter 6: Skin and Body Membranes.
Skin Diseases Examples of various skin ailments and pertinent information.
Sexually Transmitted Diseases (STDs) Viral. Viral STDs Can NOT be cured Contagious Virus Once you contract the virus you have it for life.
Integumentary System Skin Diseases/Disorders
* Chronic papulosqamous disease of unknown etiology characterised by multiple erythematous papules & plaques with micaceous scales mainly involving extensor.
Copyright © 2005 by Elsevier Inc. All rights reserved. Slide 0 Chapter 6 Diseases and Conditions of the Integumentary System Copyright © 2005 by Elsevier.
ORAL MUCOSA DISEASES Dr. Shahzadi Tayyaba Hashmi DNT 243.
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