SKIN HAIR NAILS

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  1. Small, soft tags of skin usually apearing on the neck and upper chest
    • Cutaneous Tags
    • Acrochordon
  2. What are the ADCD's of Melanoma
    • Asymmetry
    • Borders
    • Color
    • Diameter
  3. List the primary lesions
    • Macule-Freckles
    • Papule-Warts
    • Patch-vitillago
    • Plaque-keratosis
    • Wheal-allergic reaction
    • nodule-lipomas
    • Tumor
    • Vesicle-herpes
    • bulla-blister
    • pustule-acne
    • cyst
    • telangiectasia
  4. Difference between primary and secondary lesions
    Secondary is caused after further irritation of primary lesions
  5. Secondary lesions
    • Scale-flaking
    • Lichenification-Chronic dermitias
    • Keloid
    • Scar-healed wound
    • Excoriation-Abrasion
    • Fissure-crack
    • Erosion-scrape(varicilla rupture)
    • Ulcer
    • Crust-scab
    • Atrophy-striage
  6. Are pigmented raised warty lesions usually appearing on the face and trunk
    Seborrheic keratoses
  7. Which Keratoses has malignant potential and must be distinguished, by an experienced practicioner
    Actinic Keratoses
  8. Rough thickening of the epidermis secondary to persistent to rubbing itching or skin irritation, often involves flexor surface of extremity
    Lichenification
  9. THe absense of melanin produces patches of unpigmented skin
    Vitiligo
  10. Characterized by umbilication or dimpling
    puntication
  11. Most common area for psoriasis
    • back
    • buttocks
    • extensors of extremities
    • scalp
  12. A trunk lesion that are characteristically distributed in parallel alignment following the direction of the ribs in a christmas tree like pattern
    Pityriasis Rosea
  13. Most common form of skin cancer
    Basal Cell Carcinoma
  14. A skin cancer that develops from melanocytes
    Malignant Melanoma
  15. Second most common type of skin cancer
    Squamous cell carcinoma
  16. Inflammation that produces redness, swelling, and tenderness at the lateral and proximal folds
    Paronychia
  17. A type of carcinoma that is charecterized by wart like growth crust and occasionally bleeds
    Squamous cell carcinoma
  18. Most common condition associated with minor trauma to long fingernails
    Ocycholysis

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