Infections Quiz

 

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1. A patient presents with complaints of a rash in his groin that started 5 months ago. On exam, you see erythematous patches with well-defined borders that spare the scrotum. Your differential includes all of the following except:

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2. Which of the following is not true of keloids?

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3. Which of the following is not true regarding Cantharidin 0.7%?

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4. 19-year-old J.G. has been treating plantar warts at his heels with salicylic acid 40% liquid at bedtime for 2 months with minimal improvement. You propose complementary treatment with liquid nitrogen. You instruct J.G. that he may experience redness, tenderness, blistering, crusting and/or hypo- or hyperpigmentation. What other adverse effects may result from cryotherapy of plantar warts?

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5. Prior to treating J.G. you review that a reasonable goal of treatment is to create a visible frozen area that thaws over

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6. Tinea cruris is a ____________ infection?

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7. You evaluate and treat a 17-year-old male wrestler for common warts on his fingers. Your recommendations for the most effective treatment include:

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8. A mother brings in her 6-month-old infant for treatment of diaper rash for 1 week that is worsening. Exam reveals erythematous rash in the diaper area including the vulva area, perianal area, and intertriginous areas. The most likely diagnosis is:

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9. Based on your diagnosis, which of the following would be considered first line treatment?

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10. A pregnant female presents with small, discrete, smooth, flesh-colored papules on the genital area. They have been present for two months and are increasing in number. The diagnosis is molluscum contagiosum. The most appropriate treatment would be:

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11. A high school wrestler diagnosed with tinea corporis wants to return to play.  According to NCAA and NFHS Guidelines, return to play after:

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12. Cutaneous infections with Group A Streptococcus (GAS) may lead to:

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13. You evaluate and treat a 16-year-old male wrestler for common warts on his fingers. Your recommendations for the most effective treatment include:

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14. Which type HPV is not an oncogenic strain for genital dysplasia?

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15. When assessing genital warts, Acetic acid 5% can be applied to inconspicuous areas to confirm the presence of HPV.

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16. Your 27-year-old male patient presents with condyloma acuminata. You counsel him on the FDA approved therapies for treatment, you present all of the following except:

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17. Human herpesvirus 7 (HHV 7) is associated with:

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18. A 52-year-old female complains of intense itching of her right flank for 2 days followed by an eruption of erythematous papules and vesicles. Your diagnosis is herpes zoster and recommend an antiviral to reduce the risk of post-herpetic neuralgia. You recommend any of the following, except:

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19. A 20-year-old male wrestler is diagnosed with the initial occurrence of orolabial HSV. You prescribe:

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20. The patient starts antiviral therapy and is anxious to return to wrestling. You advise him of the NCAA return to play rules:

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21. A 26-year-old female has a history of “picking” at her acne lesions. She develops erythemas, crusting and swelling of a lesion on her right chin area. You suspect MRSA as she has a history of culture positive MRSA infections. All the following may be considered for treatment of her infection, except:

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22. Your patient presents with bullae. You are assessing the patient’s skin for a differential diagnosis and find a positive Nikolsky sign. Which of the following would be excluded from the differential diagnosis?

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23. What is the appropriate confirmatory test for a patient with a positive screening test for syphilis?

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24. The patient is started on treatment for secondary syphilis, you recommend:

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25. A 3-year-old female presents with alopecia and inflamed scalp for 3 weeks. Which organism will fluoresce green-yellow under Wood’s lamp examination:

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26. A 57-year-old male with diabetes, HTN and CHF presents with thickened, yellow nails with subungual debris. You suspect onychomycosis. What is the most common organism that causes onychomycosis:

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27. The patient would like treatment for his onychomycosis with oral therapy. Which of the following agents would be contraindicated due to the patients' comorbidities?

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28. Your patient develops erythema, edema and warmth expanding over their right lower leg during the past 4-5 days. There are no abscesses, purulent drainage or systemic symptoms. Your plan of care includes prescribing:

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29. In immunocompetent adults, erysipelas is most often caused by which pathogen:

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30. Risk factors for cellulitis include all the following except:

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31. A patient presents with a 5-day history solitary eruption of grouped vesicles on an erythematous base on her left buttock. The most sensitive and specific test would be:

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32. You’re treating a 48-year-old female for presumed candida intertrigo, her condition does not improve with both topical and oral antifungals. A Wood’s lamp examination fluoresces coral red. The best treatment option is:

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33. Furuncles, carbuncles, and folliculitis represent a range of severity of:

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34. Rocky mountain spotted fever is caused by:

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35. You are examining a well-appearing 3-year-old male for a rash that resembles measles. Other additional findings include:

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36. All of the following are caused by arboviruses and can result in cutaneous manifestations, except:

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37. Strawberry tongue is an exam finding in all the following except:

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38. While rare, anal cancer is more likely to develop in patients who have a history of:

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39. Which of the following dermatomes is the most commonly affected by the herpes zoster virus (HZV)?

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40. A 8yr old presents with spotty alopecia, shotty cervical lymphadenopathy and a boggy mass on her scalp. Your most likely diagnosis is:

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41. Based on your assessment of this 8 year old in the previous question, your treatment recommendations may include all of the following except:

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