Papulosquamous Quiz 2

 

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1. All of the following therapies are pregnancy category X and should be used cautiously in and women considering conception except:

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2. Patients with moderate to severe cutaneous psoriasis are 30% more likely to develop:

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3. M. furfur may play a pathogenic role in which of the following conditions?

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4. Polymorphic eruption of pregnancy (PEP) typically occurs in the:

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5. A rare, transient skin condition, also known as transient acantholytic dermatosis (TAD) is:

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In educating your patients, you advise avoidance of

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Endemic deep fungal infection has been reported concomitant to the use of which class of biologics?

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A 70-year-old female presents with extensive erythema and scale involving more than 90% BSA. She reports fever, malaise and headache. Your diagnosis is erythroderma. What is the most common underlying etiology?

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9. IL-17 inhibitors utilized for the treatment of psoriasis are highly efficacious but warrant the following considerations:

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Psoriasis in patients with skin of color may present with all of the following except:

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A 23-yr-old female complains of a salmon-color, scaly and itchy rash that started with a large patch on her back and then spread into many small lesions all over her trunk. She has no PMH except a brief URI one month prior. You explain that her skin condition was likely caused by:

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12. Which of the following is an absolute contraindication for us of TNF-alpha inhibitors for patients with severe plaque psoriasis?

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13. A 56-year-old male presents with a pruritic scaling eruption involving his trunk and extremities. There are reddish-orange scaly papules and plaques involving 60% BSA with islands of sparing skin. You diagnose this patient with:

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14. Which systemic agent is preferred in treatment of moderate to severe psoriasis during pregnancy?

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15. Treatment of seborrheic dermatitis can be challenging. Which of the following would be the least effective therapy:

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16. A 12-year-old male with worsening plaque psoriasis (10% BSA) returns to your office after failing topical therapies. You plan to initiate systemic therapy, which agent would you least consider for therapy?

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17. Your patient has been diagnosed with idiopathic erythroderma. Your initial management would include all except:

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18. You recently start a patient with psoriasis and psoriatic arthritis on methotrexate. Labs reveal pancytopenia. Which drug combination likely contributed to the side effect?

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A 32-year-old female presents for an initial examination. She states that her facial atrophy has been stable since childhood but recently started to spread. She denies any other similar plaques on her body. You suspect:

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The hallmarks of PRP include all except:

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21. A likely etiology of pityriasis rosea is:

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Which of the following is a characteristic of Pityriasis Rubra Pilaris which helps to distinguish it from psoriasis on the scalp?

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A trial of which of the following topical treatments may be considered for inflammatory skin disorders such as psoriasis for patients who prefer “natural” products or who have insufficient response or atrophy following the use of topical corticosteroids.

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24. The 5 "P's": purple, polygonal, planar, pruritic, and papules is associate with which papulosquamous disorder:

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Which of the following biologic has relative contraindication in patients with a family history of demyelinating disease?

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26. Wickham's striae is a mucosal finding associated in which papulosquamous condition?

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27. A 25-year-old female who is 5 months pregnant presents with a new onset of pruritic urticarial papules/plaques and now started developing small vesicles. The lesions are mostly covering her trunk including her umbilicus. You diagnose her with:

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You start a patient on methotrexate, all of the following should be checked except:

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Cyclosporine is an effective immunosuppressant drug that should be used:

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What medication is not associated as a trigger for psoriasis?

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