OPATH 4

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  1. Long term ulcers (infectious/inflammatory)
    • syphilis
    • primary: chancre
    • secondary: mucous patch
    • tertiary:gumma
    • gonorrhea
    • tuberculosis
    • actinomycosis
    • specific deep fungal (histoplasmosis-coccidiomycosis-blastomycosis-cryptococcosis)
  2. Long term ulcers (neoplasm)
    SSC
  3. Long term ulcers (Physical/Chemical Injury)
    • Chronic Trauma
    • Necrotizing Sialometaplasia
  4. Long term ulcers (Allergic/Autoimmune)
    • Major Aphthae
    • Behcet's
    • Crohn disease
  5. Long term ulcers (ALL)
    • syphilis (1/2/3)
    • gonorrhea
    • tuberculosis
    • actinomycosis
    • specific deep fungal
    • Chronic Trauma
    • Necrotizing Sialometaplasia
    • Major Aphthae
    • Behcet's
    • Crohn disease
    • SSC
  6. Ulcers: Short Term
    • aphthous ulcers
    • minor acute trauma
    • erythema multiforme
    • cyclic neutropenia
  7. Vesicular (infectious/inflammatory)
    • HSV I & II; 1°, 2°
    • varicella zoster
    • coxsackie (hand foot & mouth disease; herpangina; measles)
  8. Bullous/Erosive (hereditary)
    epidermolysis bollosa
  9. Bullous/Erosive (allergic/autoimmune)
    • pemphigus vulgaris
    • pemphigoid (paraneoplastic pemphigus; bullous pemphigoid; 
    • cicatricial pemphigoid)
    • erythema multiforme
    • Stevens Johnson syndrome
    • lichen planus (L reticular, erosive, plaque)
    • Graft versus host disease
    • Chronic ulcerative stomatitis
  10. Bullous/Erosive (ALL)
    • epidermolysis bollosa
    • pemphigus vulgaris
    • pemphigoid (paraneoplastic pemphigus; bullous pemphigoid; cicatricial pemphigoid)
    • erythema multiforme
    • Stevens Johnson syndrome
    • lichen planus (L reticular, erosive, plaque)
    • Graft versus host disease
    • Chronic ulcerative stomatitis
  11. Pigmented, Flat/circumscribed (hereditary)
    • ephelis
    • Lentigo: actinic, simplex (P-J synd.)
    • cafe-au-lait: NFM 1, mccune albright syndrome
    • melanotic macule
    • junctional nevus
  12. Pigmented, Flat/NON-circumscribed (hereditary)
    • physiologic pigmentation
    • suntanning
  13. Pigmented, Flat/NON-circumscribed (metabolic/medication)
    • Addison disease
    • Melasma
    • drug-related (5-fluorouracil; amiodorone; bleomycin)
  14. Pigmented, Flat/NON-circumscribed (physical/chemical)
    • Post-inflam. hyperpigmentation
    • smoker's melanosis
  15. Pigmented, Flat/NON-circumscribed (neoplastic)
    melanoma
  16. Pigmented, NOT flat
    • melanocytic nevi: compound, intradermal, involution
    • seborrheic keratosis
    • melanoma: nodular, superficial spreading, acral lentiginous, lentigo maligna
    • Dermatosis papulosa nigra
  17. Pigmented (special cases)
    • blue nevus (Ota = face/sclera ONLY; Mongolian spot = back, butt, limbs)
    • halo nevus
  18. Non-melanocytic
    • amalgam tattoo
    • heavy metal pigment
  19. Skin & eye
    • basal cell carcinoma
    • Rosacea & rhinophyma
    • actinic keratosis
    • SCC
    • psoriasis
    • xanthelasma
    • pinguecula / pterygium
    • dermatophytoses: tinea capitis, tinea cruris, tinea corporis, tinea pedis
    • alopecia areata
    • vitiligo
    • pityriasis versicolor
    • open & closed comedones
    • Arcus senilis
    • alopecia areata
    • dermatographism
    • Frank's sign
    • Sebaceous hyperplasia
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Card Set:
OPATH 4
Updated:
2016-02-24 03:32:40
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ulcers vesicular bullous/errosive Pigmented
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