derm

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connachtman
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220193
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derm
Updated:
2013-05-18 17:25:00
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derm review for NP boards
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  1. how long after exposure does a varicella rash appear
    2-3 wks
  2. when are varicella lesions no longer infectious
    when they have crusted over
  3. most melanoma spreads how?
    superficially
  4. what are furuncles=carbuncles
    inflamed hair follicles that result in abscess.  S. aureus is usu offending organism
  5. what is podagra
    gouty pain in great toe
  6. unusual presentation of ophthalmic herpes zoster
    vesicle on tip of nose
  7. what is a sinus in dermatology
    conn between skin and underlying structure
  8. what STD is visible with darkfield microscopy
    syphilis
  9. what are pastia lines?
    lines or streaks that follow flexural regions often seen as part of scarlet fever rash
  10. what is the harlequin sign in a baby
    after baby lying on side and dependent side is flushed and nondependent side is pale

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