PTG 105-Exam 4-Soft Tissue 5

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PTG 105-Exam 4-Soft Tissue 5
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PTG 105 Exam Soft Tissue

PTG 105-Exam 4-Soft Tissue 5
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  1. What causes inflammation associated with acne?
    Fatty acids
  2. What bacteria can live in a plugged hair follicle?
  3. What are the possible treatments for Ance?
    • Clindamycin
    • Erythromycin
    • Benzoyl peroxide
    • Salicylic acid
  4. What antibiotics would you use to treat acna with?
    • Erythromycin
    • Clindamycin
  5. What must be done to cause Erythema Multiforme to heal?
    Nothing, self-limiting
  6. What is Erythema multiforme?
    • Multiple forms of lesions on the skin (macules, papules,etc.)
    • Hypersensitivity reaction
  7. What is the characteristic lesion of Erythema multiforme?
    Targetoid lesions
  8. What disease is indicated by targetoid lesiosn?
    Erythema multiforme
  9. What type of skin lesion would you expect with herpes simplex?
    Erythemia Multiforme
  10. What etiologies does Erythemia Multiforms have?
    • Herpes Simplex
    • Drugs: Sulfonamides, penicillin
    • Malignant disease
    • Collagen vascular disease
  11. What type of skin lesion is found with Sulfonamide and penicillins?
    Erythemia Multifomre
  12. What type of skin lesion is found with Collagen vascular disease?
    Erythemia Multiforme
  13. What type of skin lesion is associated with malignant diseases?
    Erythemia Multiforme
  14. What is Stevens-Johnson syndrome?
    • Erythemia Multiform of the the entire body and mucus membranes
    • Extensive and febrile EM
  15. What is the name for an extensive and febrile form of Erythemia Multiforme?
    Stevens-Johnson syndrome
  16. What are two chronic inflammatory skin conditions?
    • Psoriasis
    • Lichen planus
  17. What type skin of diseases are Lichen planus and Psoriasis?
    Chronic inflammatory diseases
  18. What is Psoriasis?
    • Demarcated pink plaques with silver scales on knees, elbows, scalp and glans penis
    • Probably an immune disorder
  19. What is the etiology of Psoriasis?
    Immune disorder
  20. What percent of psoriasis sufferers have nail issues as well?
  21. What areas of the body does psoriasis usually affect?
    The elbow, knees, nails, skin, scalp and glans penis
  22. What is the term for new Psoriasis lesions developing at the site of trauma?
    Koebner phenomenon
  23. What is Koebner phenomenon?
    New lesions of psoriasis developing at a site of trauma
  24. What percent of the population of affected by Psoriasis?
  25. What ages are most effected by psoriasis?
    All ages
  26. What do psoriasis lesions look like?
    Pink demarcated plaques covered in shiny, silvery scales that bleed when they break away
  27. What is the Auspitz sign?
    Bleeding points of psoriasis plaques when the scales pull away
  28. What type of nail changes would you expect with psoriasis?
    • Pitting
    • Thickening
  29. What is Lichen Planus?
    Itchy purple papules of the skin and mucus membranes, usually symetrically distributed
  30. Where are Lichen planus lesions located?
    • Skin = knee, write and elbow
    • Oral
  31. What percent of Lichen Planus patients have oral lesions?
  32. What is the etiology of Lichen Planus?
    • Immune disorder
    • Linked to Hep C
  33. What is the most distressing symptoms of Lichen planus?
  34. What skin disease includes itchy purple papules an skin and mucus membranes?
    Lichen planus
  35. If a person has Lichen planus on one hand, where else would you expect to find it?
    On the other hand (lichen planus = symmetrical)
  36. What is Seborrheic Keratosis?
    Benign dark colored plaques (keratin cysts) that appear "stuck on"
  37. What age group usually gets Seborrheic Keratosis?
    Middle aged to older
  38. Where are Seborrheic Keratosis lesions found?
    Head, neck, trunk and extremities
  39. What disease is characterized by keratin cysts that appear stuck on to the skin?
    Seborrheic Keratosis
  40. What is a Keratoacanthoma?
    Dome shaped Benign proliferation of the keratanocytes