Tests on dermatology with 1 correct answer

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A. use of a combination of provocation with subsequent bacteriological and bacterioscopic study*

B. the appointment of antibacterial drugs according to the sensitivity of bacterial flora to antibiotics *

C. appointment of corticosteroids

D. appointment of antihistamines
2139. What type of topical treatment should

to choose with weeping skin inflammations:

A. lotions *

B. Prater Park

C. aerosols *

D. cream

2140. The patient was diagnosed as anterior urethritis chlamydial etiologies. What antibiotic group

to prescribe to the patient:

A. aminoglycosides*

B. tetracycline *

C. antimalarial

D. fluorinated quinolones

2141. Girls vulvovaginitis Trichomonas etiology characterized by all of these

symptoms, chromes.

A. frothy discharge from the genital slit *

B. the absence of itching *

C. infiltrative lesions

D. frequent and painful urination

2142. What kind of lotions should choose to oozing of the infected skin surface:

A. ivanyevo *

B. lead

C. furatsilinovoy *

D. tannin
2143. Diagnostic tests of allergic dermatitis are samples.

A. drip *

B. compression *

C. Baltser

D. Adamson
2144. To frequent complications of atopic dermatitis include all of these except

A. membranes. destructive processes in the epithelium of the urinary organs during exacerbation

atopic dermatitis*

B. urethritis *

C. hyperthyroidism *

D. poor sleep, irritability

2145. Diagnosis of acute prostatitis, based on the results of the above studies, chromes.

A. General analysis of blood *

B. biochemical analysis of blood *

C. palpation of the prostate

D. ultrasound of the prostate
2146. Examination of children with atopic dermatitis with the aim to understand all of the above, except

A. identifying the source of microbial sensitization *

B. identify the States of immunodeficiency*

C. identify indicatorii

D. identify other allergenic factors
2147. What exogenous factors contribute to the development of pyoderma:

A. microfracture*

B. helminthic invasion

C. disorders of keratinization

D. contamination of the skin*
2148. What endogenous factors contribute to the development of pyoderma:

A. diabetes mellitus*

B. hypovitaminosis*

C. eosinophilia

D. hemophilia
2149. In acute and subacute complicated gonorrhea in men and women in the complex treatment included all of the above, chromes.

A. antihistamines *

B. gonovaccine *

C. protivolodochnyi antibiotics

D. antispasmodics
2150. Specify the correct tactics of treatment of torpid and chronic forms of gonorrheal infection.

A. immunotherapeutic drugs *

B. local treatment *

C. antibacterial

D. calcium supplements

2151. To stafilodermy include:

A. impetigo of Bockhart *

B. simple versicolor

C. deep folliculitis *

D. slit-like impetigo

2152. Clinical symptoms of discoid lupus erythematosus all but

A. bullas *

B. bubbles *

C. erythema

D. tightly sitting scales
2153. Koebner's phenomenon is observed in the following diseases:

A. lichen planus *

B. leprosy

C. psoriasis *

D. folliculitis
2154. If any element of dermatitis rash is the bubble:

A. eczema *

B. herpes simplex*

C. pityriasis rosea Gibert

D. pemphigus
2155. True polymorphism is typical for the following diseases except:

A. eczema

B. dermatitis Duhring

C. lichen planus*

D. psoriasis *
2156. Find relevant answers:

Proliferative morphological changes

A. granules,*

B. hyperkeratosis,*

C. spongiose,

D. acantholysis,

2157. Diffuse hyperkeratosis is not typical for:

A. ichthyosis

B. keratodermia

C. pemphigus*

D. pyoderma*
2158. What factors contribute to the development of pyoderma:

A. disorders of carbohydrate metabolism *

B. the presence of a large number of pathogenic strains *

C. increased clotting

D. hypervitaminosis
2159. For scabies is characterized by:

A. paired papules. vesicular elements *

B. comedones

C. itching in the night *

D. symptom of "Apple jelly"
2160. From the ectoderm develop:

A. hair *

B. sebaceous glands *

C. muscles of the hair

D. the vessels of the skin
2161. To has is characterized by:

A. fever, malaise, headache *

B. blister

C. opioidnye pustules

D. the formation of fistulous *

2162. Specify the clinical form of scabies (a form):

A. worn *

B. squamous

C. erythematous

D. clean *

2163. To a mixed pyoderma include:

A. brimicombe *

B. chancriform pyoderma *

C. hydradenitis

D. osteo folliculitis
2164. Indicate the clinical varieties of pemphigus acantholytic:

A. leaf *

B. circle

C. vulgar *

D. syndrome Stevenses. Jones
2165. Dermatosis at what primary morphological element is a node:

A. tuberculosis of the skin *

B. leishmaniasis of the skin *

C. psoriasis

D. genital warts
2166. Under what medicine the main element of the rash is pimple:

A. molluscum contagiosum *

B. pemphigus

C. pityriasis rosea Gibert

D. warts *
2167. Clinical symptoms of discoid lupus erythematosus:

A. erythema *

B. tightly sitting scales *

C. atrophy *

D. bubbles
2168. Koebner's phenomenon is not observed in the following diseases:

A. lichen planus

B. folliculitis*

C. vitiligo

D. leprosy*
2169. Under what medicine the main element of the rash is not pimple:

A. molluscum contagiosum

B. warts

C. pityriasis rosea Gibert*

D. pemphigus *

2170. If any element of dermatosis rash is not a bubble:

A. eczema

B. herpes simplex

In . pink ringworm Gibert*

D. pemphigus *

2171. Dermatosis at what primary morphological element is not a node:

A. tuberculosis of the skin

B. leishmaniasis of the skin

C. psoriasis *

D. genital warts *
2172. True polymorphism characteristic off.

A. eczema *

B. dermatitis Duhring *

C. psoriasis

D. lichen planus
2173. Name the atypical form of primary syphiloma:

A. indurative edema *

B. shanks. amygdala *

C. diffuse pigmentation

D. fagedenizm
2174. Add the secondary items that are not the result of the transformation of the knot:

A. secondary spot

B. vanish

C. erosion *

D. cicatricial atrophy *
2175. Complication of hard chancre is:

A. pagedevice *

B. phimosis *

C. impetigo

D. stricture of the urethra
2176. What drugs are used for photochemotherapy in psoriasis:

A. psoralen *

B. nystatin

C. acyclovir

D. pevalin *
2177. What type of external therapy is prescribed in case of progressive stage of psoriasis:

A. corticosteroid ointment *

B. 1C. 2% salicylic ointment *

C. ointment "Psoriasin"

D. method of dem'yanovich
2178. For secondary syphilis is characterized by:

A. pustular*

B. roseolous rash *

C. Gumma

D. chancre and polyadenylation
2179. Diagnosis of acute prostatitis, based on the results of the above studies:

A. General analysis of blood

B. palpation of the prostate *

C. examination of the skin

D. ultrasound of the prostate *
2180. What drug is effective for genital herpes:

A. Alkaryl *

B. Neovir *

C. Sandimmune

D. Diprospan
2181. The clinical picture disgidroticheskaya form of athlete's foot:

A. bullas *

B. bubbles *

C. bumps

D. peel

E. lichenification

2182. The clinical picture of infiltrative. nagnoitel'noj ringworm:

A. inflammatory infiltrate *

B. pustule *

C. lichenification

D. blisters
2183. Clinical symptoms Jock itch:

A. spot red *

B. the border is sharply limited *

C. blisters

D. nodes
2184. The most frequent localization of superficial candidiasis of the skin:

A. folds of skin *

B. the corners of the mouth *

C. flexor surface of wrists

D. vulva
2185. Fungal diseases of the skin are called:

A. epidermofiton *

B. Trichophyton *

C. Hansen of the Mycobacterium

D. Mycobacterium Koch
2186. The main clinical signs of lesions of the mucous membranes with candidiasis:

A. erosive surface*

B. white film *

C. mucous papules

D. bumps
2187. the drugs used in the treatment of fungal infections:

A. griseofulvin *

B. nizoral*

C. lindamycin

D. Ceftriaxone
2188. Localization of the rash in scabies in adults:

A. interdigital folds of the hands *

B. the flexor surface of forearms *

C. nails

D. palm
2189. The main clinical signs of scabies:

A. itching in the evening and at night *

B. the nodes

C. paired arrangement of morphological elements *

D. acantholysis
2190. Funds are used for the treatment of scabies:

A. sodium thiosulfate 60% and hydrochloric acid 6% *

B. benzyl benzoate 20% emulsion *

C. iodine tincture

D. prednisolone ointment
2191. Morphological elements characteristic of the clinic of uncomplicated scabies:

A. a knot *

B. spot

C. the vial *

D. hump
2192. Scabies is not characteristic symptom:

A. Gorchakov - Ardi

B. a symptom of the triangle

C. . Nicholas*

G Asbestos-Hansen*
2193. The causative agents of pustular diseases of the skin:

A. Streptococcus *

B. Staphylococcus *

C. Proteus

D. the tubercle Bacillus
2194. The Streptococcus causes the disease:

A. impetigo*

B. superficial panaritium *

C. sycosis

D. folliculitis
2195. Varieties of streptococcal impetigo:

A. impetigo nail ridges *

B. Zayed road *

C. furuncle

D. a simple bubble herpes
2196. The localization of furuncle:

A. the neck *

B. the region of the back *

C. mucosa of the oral cavity

D. lips
2197. Clinical signs specific for staphylococcal deep pustules:

A. riddled with hair *

B. hemispherical form *

C. pus liquid

D. is located on the smooth skin
2198. Hydradenitis is localized:

A. axillae*

B. peripapillary area*

C. palm

D. Shin
2199. Main clinical forms of staphylococcal skin lesions:

A. folliculitis *

B. carbuncle *

C. pityriasis versicolor

D. tinea
2200. Clinical varieties of streptococcal impetigo:

A. bullous impetigo *

B. deep folliculitis

C. sycosis

D. impetigo slit *

2201. Complications arising in patients with the localization of furuncle on the face:

A. phlebitis of the vessels of the brain*

B. sepsis *

C. neuritis of the facial nerve

D. endocarditis

2202. Deeper forms of streptodermii:

A. vulgar ecthyma *

B. drill ecthyma *

C. streptococcal impetigo

D. periungual conflicts
2203. The factors that cause toksikodermiya:

A. sulfanilamidnye drugs *

B. antibiotics *

C. acid

D. alkali
2204. Clinical signs of urticaria:

A. pruritus *

B. pain

C. node

D. blister *
2205. Irritants cause irritant contact dermatitis:

A. mechanical *

B. high temperature *

C. emotional

D. chemical C. optional
2206. For allergic dermatitis is characterized by:

A. erythema *

B. the nodes

C. bumps

D. bubbles *
2207. Symptoms typical of true eczema:

A. true polymorphism *

B. microvesicles *

C. blisters

D. cicatricial atrophy
2208. Characteristic of eczema:

A. erythema, swelling *

B. oozing "serous wells" *

C. Gumma

D. roseola
2209. Clinical manifestations fresh secondary period of syphilis:

A. chancre or its remains *

B. roseola *

C. bubbles

D. blisters
2210. Clinical signs of syphilitic roseola:

A. blades. pink *

B. does not merge *

C. flakes

D. purple
2211. Clinical signs of tinea versicolor:

A. secondary leukoderma *

B. erosion

C. nodes

D. defurfuration *
2222. The source of the infection by Microsporum:

A. cats, dogs *

B. people *

C. cattle

D. rodents
2223. When candidiasis affects:

A. mucous *

B. skin *

C. hair

D. the muscular system
2224. Primary cells for herpes simplex:

A. erythema *

B. bubble *

C. blister

D. abscess
2225. To viral diseases include:

A. eczema

B. herpes zoster *

C. molluscum contagiosum*

D. lupus erythematosus
2226. For herpes zoster is characterized by:

A. pain *

B. bubbles *

C. nodes

D. pigmented
2227. Clinical manifestations typical for professional eczema:

A. hyperemia *

B. vegetation

C. vesicularia *

D. bumps
2228. The bubble allowed the formation of:

A. spot *

B. peel *

C. ulcer

D. scar
2229. do not have cavity following morphological elements:

A. abscess

B. bubble

C. spot *

D. the node *
2230. The rash is polymorphic if:

A. secondary syphilis *

B. eczema *

C. psoriasis

D. lichen planus
2231. Monomorphic rash in medicine:

A. urticaria *

B. psoriasis *

C. secondary syphilis

D. eczema
2232. Clinical signs of psoriasis:

A. the presence of papules *

B. peeling *

C. bumps

D. nodes
2233. for lichen planus is characterized by:

A. polygonal papules *

B. pupkoobraznym depressions in the center *

C. bubbles

D. blisters
2234. Main clinical forms of psoriasis:

A. vulgar *

B. while

C. artropaticheskom *

D. subacute
2235. Histological features characteristic of psoriasis:

A. parakeratosis*

B. acanthosis *

C. spongiose

D. acantholysis
2236. Clinical stage and types of psoriasis:

A. stationary *

B. progressive *

C. chronic

D. vesicular
2237. Clinical types of lichen planus:

A. hypertrophic *

B. atrophic *

C. pemphigidae

D. artropaticheskom
2238. The most common form of psoriasis with the flow:

A. summer *

B. winter *

C. off-season

D. spring
2239. Psoriasis must be differentiated from:

A. lichen planus *

B. eczema

C. pemphigus

D. secondary syphilis *
2240. Phenomena typical for psoriasis:

A. stearin spot*

B. terminal protectors *

C. Asbestos-Hansen

D. Stevens - Jones
2241. For lupus erythematosus symptoms:

A. erythema *

B. follicular hyperkeratosis *

C. grid Wickham

D. mukovidnoe peeling
2242. Stage of scleroderma:

A. peeling

B. edema*

C. atrophy *

D. hyperkeratosis
2243. Drugs used for the treatment of scleroderma:

A. penicillin *

B. lidaza *

C. erythromycin

D. nicotinic acid
2244. Connective tissue disease:

A. lupus erythematosus *

B. dermatomyositis *

C. psoriasis

D. allergic vasculitis
2245. Clinical types of lupus erythematosus:

A. discoid*

B. disseminated *

C. seborrheic

D. annular
2246. Periods of the syphilis:

A. incubation *

B. sharp

C. all right

D. primary *
2247. Main clinical forms of leprosy:

A. Tuberculoid *

B. Undifferentiated *

C. Kollikvativnom

D. Tuberous
2248. For tinea versicolor is characterized by:

A. peeling *

B. sample Signs *

C. symptom C. Besnier-Meshchersky

D. svechenie with green luminescence
2249. Clinical forms of athlete's foot:

A. intertriginous*

B. disgidroticheskaya *

C. worn

D. sharp
2250. Diseases related to dermatophytosis:

A. dermatophytosis *

B. pityriasis versicolor

C. eritrazma

D. microspores *

2251. What are the main clinical signs are not characteristic of chronic eczema:

A. bright redness *

B. edema, microerosion *

C. infiltration

D. licensure

2252. In the stage of vesicles for topical therapy eczema apply only:

A. lotions *

B. aerosols *

C. creams

D. paste
2253. Specify the symptom is not characteristic for discoid forms of lupus erythematosus:

A. Lichenification. *

B. Symptom of "butterfly".

C. a Symptom of "Apple jelly" *

D. Symptom Benies. Meshchersky.
2254. What disease is among the group of neurodermatoses:

A. eczema *

B. allergicheskie dermatitis *

C. pruritus

D. urticaria
2255. What is unusual in the clinical picture of rosacea:

A. erythema

B. follicular papules *

C. follicular hyperkeratosis *

D. infiltration of the skin of the nose
2256. Specify the most characteristic symptom of scabies:

A. evening and night itching *

B. the paired arrangement of the elements *

C. serous well

D. impetiginized in the lesions
2257. Enter among the following surface form stafilodermii:

A. vulgaris sycosis *

B. the osteo folliculitis *

C. furuncle

D. carbuncle
2258. In the therapy of lichen planus may apply:

A. diphenhydramine *

B. androgens

C. prednisolone

D. novopassit *
259. In the primary stage of syphilis patients may meet all the characteristics of chromes.

A. erosive papules *

B. non-erosive papules *

C. negative Wassermann reaction

D. lymphangitis
2260. Select the most effective agent for the treatment of chlamydial urethritis:

A. tetracycline *

B. doxycyclin *

C. penicillin

D. levamisole
2261. One of the clinical signs are not typical for AIDS patients:

A. vitiligo *

B. scabies *

C. lymphoma

D. recurrent herpes
2262. Specify drug, used in pemphigus vulgaris:

A. prednisolone *

B. dexamethasone *

C. monomitsin

D. Orungal
2263. Specify drug used in the treatment of scabies:

A. 20% benzyl benzoate *

B. 10% syntomycin ointment

C. Vishnevsky ointment

D. the aerosols of Spregal*
2264. Specify the medication used for candidiasis of the skin:

A. Orungal *

B. flonal *

Furazolidone C.

D. bactrim
2265. Specify drugs used in the progressive stage of psoriasis:

A. cream unna *

B. 2% salicylic ointment *

C. psoriasin ointment

D. ointment dermatol
2266. Specify the phenomenon are characteristic of lichen planus:

A. Cabrera *

B. tissue paper

C. fish ROE

D. grid Wickham *
2267. Specify the symptoms characteristic of multi-colored lichen:

A. peeling *

B. sample Signs *

C. sample Wickham

D. Kepner
2268. Specify a drug that cannot be set under a persistent white dermographism:

A. calcium chloride *

B. calcium gluconate *

C. sodium thiosulfate

D. pirogenal
2269. Specify the drug used in herpes zoster:

A. bonafton *

B. Dapsone

C. delagil

D. oxoline *
2270. Specify the clinical symptoms characteristic of sycosis:

A. chronically relapsing course *

B. localization on the skin of the Mons pubis *

C. rheumatic pain

D. nodules
2271 . Clinical signs of herpes simplex is not:

A. lichen sclerosis *

B. cicatricial atrophy *

C. eczema herpeticum

D. meningoencephalitis
2272. Which of diseases is not a manifestation of VICS. infection:

A. vitiligo *

B. scabies *

C. Kaposi's sarcoma

D. diarrhea
2273. That is not typical for psoriasis:

A. you can call animals in a laboratory *

B. not due to seasonality*

C., it can be first appearance after giving birth

D. due to seasonality
2274. Specify the characteristic symptom blister:

A. occurs due to the intra-cellular edema *

B. leave behind after erosion

C. quickly appears and disappears *

D. peeling on the surface of the blister
2275. What clinical manifestations are characteristic of secondary recurrent syphilis:

A. leukoderma *

B. alopecia *

C. parenchymatous keratitis

D. indurative edema
2276. What clinical symptoms are not in patients with primary syphilis:

A. ladonnas. plantar papules *

B. a chancre

C. indurative edema

D. extensive warts *
2277 . Specify the symptoms characteristic of uncomplicated chancre:

A. dense infiltration at the base of the ulcer *

B. painless ulcer *

C. saped edge

D. signs of inflammation
2278. For patients with chancroid is not typical:

A. the absence of pain *

B. solid infiltration *

C. signs of inflammation

D. inclined to autoinoculation
2279. In the treatment of gardnerellosis used:

A. tinidazole *

B. erythromycin

C. penicillin

D. metronidazole *
2280. For the diagnosis of some diseases is applied research using

wood's lamp:

A. microsporia *

B. eritrazma *

C. pityriasis rosea.

D. vitiligo.

2281. What primary morphological element precedes erosion:

A. gnojnice *

B. bubble *

C. none of the listed

D. hump
2282. What primary morphological element precedes the ulcer:

A. the node *

B. bump *

C. bubble

D. blister
2283. Specify the symptoms characteristic of uncomplicated chancre:

A. dense infiltration at the base of the ulcer *

B. painless ulcer *

C. saped edge

D. purulent discharge
2284. What pustular disease of the skin

not found in newborns:

A. hydradenitis *

B. sycosis *

C. vesiculopustules

D. pseudoharengus finger

2285. Specify the types of seborrhea:

A. dry *

B. vulgar

C. leaf

D. bold *
2286. What clinical symptom is noted

when lupus erythematosus:

A. "lady's thumb" *

B. The Symptom Benies. Meshchersky *

C. "blood dew"

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