Derm- Lecture #3-4

30 Questions  I  By Nsched on January 15, 2010
Seborrheic keraotisis, stucco keratosis,

  

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1.  A middle aged women comes in to your office with the following presentation: What is your diagnosis?
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2.  A patient comes into your office with the following presentation: What is the likely diagnosis?
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4.  A patient comes in with the following presentation: What is the probable diagnosis?
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5.  A patient comes in with a skin colored papule that is raised and 1cm in length on their shoulders. You know that this type of papule is usually benign, but they can also turn into dermatofibrosarcoma protuberans (DFSP). What is the name of the disease?
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6.  A patient presents to you with the following papule. It is puritic and tender. What is the likely diagnosis?
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7.  Upon examining a patient, you notice a sift, pillopwy, subcutaneous lesion that is easily movable. what is the likely diagnosis?F
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9.  A patient presents to your office with an 'over-healing wound'. Given the picture below, what is the diagnosis?
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10.  T/F Always biopsy a keratoacanthoms (KA)
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14.  A patient comes in with approximately 50-100 moles in non exposed areas that you want to play connect the dots with. You find that they arose during childhood and their family members have  a similar amount of moles.  What is the likely diagnosis?
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15.  T/F Dysplastic Nevus syndome is autosomal donimant
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16.  A patient with dysplastic nevus syndrome with two blood relatives with melanoma or one with melanoma and one with pancreas cancer. What is the name of this syndrome?
17.  T/F FAMMM syndrome patients develop melanoma 100% of the time
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18.  What percentage of the general population develop melanoma?
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19.  T/F It is okay to laser or freeze dysplastic nevi as a form of treatment
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20.  What skin types are the most susceptible to melanoma
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21.  What is the phenotype that is considered to be a predisposing factor for melanoma? (2)
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23.  what % of all melanomas are superficial spreading melanomas?
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24.  Superficial spreading melanoma evolves over a period of _______ years
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25.  What direction does this melanoma grow? hint- it is the only type of melanoma rarely associated with a nevus reminant
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26.  This is a flat, macular, intraepidermal neoplasm and the precursor or evolving lesion of what melanoma?
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27.  This is the principal melanoma seen in american and african blacks. It progresses over 2.5 years. What is it?
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28.  Stages of melanoma range from I-III. What stage has palpable regional lymph nodes?
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29.  If a patient has tumor thickness that is 0.76-1.49cm they need to follow up every _____ months for _____ year(s) and annually for five years to life
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30.  why is she blue?
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