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Dermatology Questions and Answers (Q&A)

Anthony Paul Bonadio, Teacher
Answered: Apr 10, 2019
Atopic dermatitis, included in a larger group of skin conditions called eczema, sometimes will appear on children before age five; however, there is no age restriction for this condition. The...Read More

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John Smith
Answered: Jun 01, 2020
Patch test

In patch test, the suspected allergens are applied on the back of the patient under separate patches for 48 hours. The presence of dermatitis is then looked for.

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Habtamu tarekegn
Answered: Apr 01, 2018

Answer will be C. Early vitiligo.

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John Adney
Answered: Mar 22, 2017
Pitryasis alba

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John Adney
Answered: Mar 08, 2017
Commonest site of Atopic dermatitis isback of knee in adult, and elbow in children

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ATWEBEMBIRE RONALD
Answered: Nov 17, 2017

Lichen simplex chronius, as the patient scratching the plaque makes him confortables, and since it developed after stress

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Dr.R.Saha
Answered: Aug 07, 2018

Classically Koebner's Phenomenon is described for Lichen planus. Though Psoriasis also can have it. Both are correct but if one has to be chosen then L.P should be the answer

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Austinjessica
Answered: Jun 01, 2020
The Greek word for adornment , meaning to improve the beauty or health of the skin.

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Manjit Sandhu
Answered: Sep 25, 2017

Dermatology is the branch of medicine dealing with the skin,nails, hair and its diseases. It's specialty with both medical and surgical aspect.

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Pgblazer
Answered: Jun 01, 2020
Patch test

The history is suggestive of photodermatitis. Patch test is used for diagnosis of photodermatitis. Patch test (photopatch test) : Here, 2 patches containing photosensitising...Read More

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