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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
WOMENS HEALTH Sexually Transmitted Infections & Cervical Screening Zoe Wragg, Bradford VTS.
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.
What are these?. What is this? What are these? What is this?
Integumentary System Skin Diseases/Disorders Integumentary System Skin Diseases/Disorders.
Rashes and the School Nurse Suzey Delger RN, MSN, FNP-c There is no conflict of interest-rats.
Martin Wood’s case last week on Lichen Planus reminded me of a case we had recently which was induced by Imiquimod. As we are using more and more of Imiquimod.
Primary Care Dermatology Dr Mick McKernan. Description of skin lesions Papule Macule Nodule Patch Vesicle Bulla Plaque.
1 Adult Cutaneous Fungal Infections Medical Student Core Curriculum in Dermatology Last updated May 23, 2011.
Skin Disorders. Skin Lesions Defined Skin pigment - melanin –Variations may be due to anatomic, physiologic or pathophysiologic changes in skin blood.
MOST COMMONLY PRESCRIBED ANTIFUNGAL AND ANTIVIRAL MEDICATIONS Anneliese Bodding-Long University of Washington Doctor of Pharmacy Candidate, 2012
Psoriasis for Dummies Ramesh Mehay Programme Director (Bradford VTS)
1. Hypertension is High Blood Pressure. True- High Blood Pressure.
1 Molluscum Contagiosum Medical Student Core Curriculum in Dermatology Last updated March 25, 2011.
Staph Infections including MRSA. What is a Staph infection?
CDC – opt-out testing, all patients ACOG – routine for women ages 19–64 Provide and document post-test counseling Conform to HIPAA regulations.
FUNGAL DISEASES IN THE RESPIRATORY, EXCRETORY & CIRCULATORY SYSTEMS By: Macatangay, Rachel C. BS BIO 3A.
INTEGUMENTARY OBJECTIVES 1-11 Integumentary system is made up of: Integumentary system is made up of: Skin, accessory structures, and subcutaneous tissues.
REVISION What wave is missing and how does its frequency compare with gamma waves?? (2)
Introduction To Dermatology Dr D J Barker St Lukes Hospital, Bradford.
Integumentary System HST III Objectives: After completing this unit each student should be able to: Compare the composition and function of.
Instructions for this in-class exercise. Form teams of 8 students Only 1 team member may respond at a time to a question; once you have answered a question.
REVISION What wave is missing and how does its frequency compare with gamma waves?(2)
Hand-foot-and- mouth disease - is a mild, but highly contagious viral infection common in young children. HFMD occurs mainly in children under 10 years.
CASE Mrs Ford is a 29 years old lady who has been complaining of vaginal discharge for the past 3 days. Otherwise she is asymptomatic. Her PMH includes.
MICROBIOLOGY CASE STUDY TRASHELL WILLIAMS. A 21 year old female presents herself to the Gynecologist with recurrent dysuria and genital itching. She has.
Block 8 Pathology Exam 3 Bonus. Question 1 A 40-year-old woman consults a physician about a mole on her neck. The lesion is 2 cm in diameter, has irregular.
Melanie J. Davis, EdD, CSE The Hows and Whys of STIs.
Psoriasis. Epidemiology, presentation, complication and management.
1Elsevier items and derived items © 2007 by Saunders, an imprint of Elsevier, Inc. Chapter 50 Skin Disorders.
Research Paper Thesis Statement What makes a good thesis statement?
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