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D. symptom of Pincus


2287. Name the atypical form of psoriasis:

A. justiceability /rupiny/ *

B. intertriginous *

C. scalp


D. coin
2288. What is the most severe form of psoriasis:

A. artropaticheskom *

B. nummularnyi

C. erythrodermic *

D. geographical
2289. Name the localization of elements at

pustular psoriasis of the Barber:

A. palm *

B. the sole *

C. the red border of the lips

D. the skin of the genital area


2290. Name the type of pustular

psoriasis :

A. lichenoid

B. psoriasis of the Barber *

C. psoriasis Combucha *

D. nummularnyi


2291. What clinical symptom is typical

for dermatitis Duhring:

A. eosinophilia of content bubble *

B. blood eosinophilia *

C. microfocal pattern baldness

D. sclerodactyly


2292. What are clinical types of leishmaniasis cozenage You know:

A. acute nitrotyrosine type *

B. nedifferentsirovannost type

C. late. ulcerated type *

D. erythematous
2293. Name the clinical varieties

Borowski disease:

A. city type *

B. Ostro. nitrotyrosine type *

C. undifferentiated

D. infiltrative


2294. Which layer is not part of the epidermis:

A. net *


B. papillary *

C. granular

D. prickly
2295. Specify the types of seborrhea:

A. dry *

B. bold *

C. leaf


D. vegetative
2296. What diseases belong to the group of stafilodermy:

A. impetigo of Bockhart *

B. impetigo nail ridges

C. epidemic pemphigus *

D. slit vulgar ecthyma impetigo
2297. What tools have antipruritic property:

A. menthol*

B. benzocaine *

C. tar


D. salicylic acid
2298. What pyoderma occur only in newborns and infants:

A. vesiculopustules*

B. exfoliative dermatitis *

C. hydradenitis

D. furuncle
2299. What are morphological elements typical of Ritter's dermatitis:

A. bubbles *

B. bumps

C. papules

D. erosion *
2300. What dermatosis should different.

to differentiate lichen planus:

A. secondary syphilis*

B. psoriasis *

C. artifactual dermatitis

D. pityriasis versicolor

2301. Name the localization of elements at

pustular psoriasis of the Barber:

A. palm *

B. the sole *

C. scalp

D. the red border of the lips


2302. Specify the true types of eczema:

A. prodigiosa *

B. disgidroticheskaya *

C. numulyarnaya

D. seborrheic
2303. The rash of exudative mnogoformnuû

the erythema is:

A. in the form of arcs *

B. in the form of rings *

C. grouped the course of nerves

D. in pairs


2304. Specify the symptoms characteristic of scabies:

A. symptom Gorchakov Ardi *

B. nocturnal itching *

C. paired papules

D. bubbles
2305. What drugs is used to treat

scabies:


A. 20 % benzyl –benzoate ointment *

B. hydrocream

C. 5 % naphthalan ointment

D. spray Spregal *


2306. With what diseases should be differentiated scabies:

A. atopic dermatitis *

B. pruritus *

C. pityriasis rosea

D. tinea
2307. Name the obligate factor of dermatitis:

A. concentrated acid *

B. boiling water*

C. jewelry of gold

D. synthetic detergents
2308. Allergic reaction to the medication may occur:

A. bullous rash *

B. papular rash

C. symptom Pylnova

D. vesicular *
2309. Specify the kind of toxicodermia:

A. fixed erythema *

B. iododerma *

C. psoriasis

D. perniosis
2310. What medications are more likely to cause fixed erythema:

A. sulfadimetoksin *

B. Biseptol *

C. analgin

D. aspirin
2311. What disease should be differentiated common toksikodermiya:

A. acne rosacea

B. the syndrome Stevens. Johnson *

C. pyoderma

D. pityriasis rosea Gibert *
2312. Indicate the typical localization at the mnogoformnuû exudative erythema:

A. the back of the hand *

B. the rear brake *

C. scalp


D. interdigital spaces of the hands
2313. What factors are important in the development of mnogoformnuû of erythema multiforme:

A. seasonality *

B. hypersensitivity to fluoride

C. hypothermia *

D. hereditary
2314. What differentiate exudative dermatoses mnogoformnuû erythemal:

A. pemphigus vulgaris*

B. Lyell's syndrome *

C. strophulus

D. scrofuloderma
2315. Specify pathogenetic factors of pink lichen Gibert:

A. viral infection *

B. streptococcal infection *

C. yeast


D. hypofunction of the sebaceous glands
2316. Specify the variety of microbial eczema:

A. seksitarina *

B. idiopathic

C. adult


D. varicose *
2317. What clinical sign is characterized by a rash with true eczema:

A. true polymorphism *

B. symmetry *

C. ephemeral blisters

D. assimetria
2318. What are the symptoms seen with discoid lupus:

A. Voronova collar

B. symptom of "lady heel" *

C. collar, Byetta

D. symptom Khachaturian *
2319. Specify types of scleroderma:

A. stripy *

B. white spot disease *

C. infiltrative

D. intertriginous
2320. Lichen planus is characterized by:

A. papular rash *

B. the absence of subjective feelings

C. predominant localization on the flexor surfaces of the extremities

D. umbilicated*
2321. For lichen planus is characterized by:

A. irregular thickening of the granular layer of the epidermis *

B. acanthosis*

C. parakeratosis

D. vnutriarterialno microabcesses
2322. What clinical symptom is pathognomonic for lichen planus:

A. grid Wickham *

B. umbilicate indentation*

C. symptom of Auspice

D. cells Tzenka
2323. What diseases does not belong to the group of viral dermatoses:

A. extensive warts *

B. simple bubble herpes

C. psoriasis *

D. genital warts
2324. Vascular spot is:

A. Erythema *

B. Roseola *

C. Lentigo

D. Naevus
2325. Primary morphological elements:

A. ulcer

B. bubble *

C. bubble *

D. erosion
2326. Secondary morphological elements:

A. Ulcer *

B. Erosion *

C. Voldyri

D. Knot
2327. The bubble is formed by:

A. Eczema *

B. herpes simplex*

C. Psoriasis

D. CPL
2328. The outcome of the nodule is:

A. hypopigmented spot *

B. Ulcer

C. Atrophy

D. Scale *
2329. Exudative morphological element is:

A. Vesicle *

B. Blister*

C. Papule

D. Hump
2330. What drug is effective for genital herpes:

A. Alkaryl*

B. Neovir *

C. Sandimmune

D. Diprospan
2331. The clinical picture disgidroticheskaya form of athlete's foot:

A. bullas *

B. lichenification

C. bumps


D. bubbles *
2332. The clinical picture of infiltrative. nagnoitel'noj ringworm:

A. inflammatory infiltrate *

B. pustule *

C. lichenification

D. blisters
2333. Clinical symptoms Jock itch:

A. spot red *

B. the border is sharply limited *

C. blisters

D. nodes
2334. The most frequent localization of superficial candidiasis of the skin:

A. folds of skin *

B. vulva

C. flexor surface of wrists

D. the corners of the mouth *
2335. Fungal diseases of the skin are called:

A. epidermofiton *

B. Trichophyton *

C. Hansen of the Mycobacterium

D. Mycobacterium Koch
2336. The main clinical signs of lesions of the mucous membranes with candidiasis:

A. erosive surface *

B. white film *

C. mucous papules

D. bumps
2337. the drugs used in the treatment of fungal infections:

A. Ceftriaxone

B. nizoral *

C. lindamycin

D. griseofulvin *
2338. Localization of the rash in scabies in adults:

A. interdigital folds of the hands *

B. the flexor surface of forearms *

C. nails


D. palm
2339. The main clinical signs of scabies:

A. itching in the evening and at night *

B. acantholysis

C. nodes


D. the paired arrangement of morphological elements *
2340. 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
2341. Morphological elements characteristic of the clinic of uncomplicated scabies:

A. a knot *

B. spot

C. the vial *



D. hump
2342. Scabies is not characteristic symptom:

A. Asbestos - Gentina*

B. a symptom of the triangle

C. nocturnal itching

D. Nicholas *
2343. The causative agents of pustular diseases of the skin:

A. Streptococcus *

B. Proteus

C. Staphylococcus aureus *

D. the tubercle Bacillus
2344. The Streptococcus causes the disease:

A. impetigo *

B. superficial panaritium *

C. sycosis

D. folliculitis
2345. Varieties of streptococcal impetigo:

A. impetigo nail ridges *

B. the boil

C. Zayed road *

D. simple bubble herpes
2346. The localization of furuncle:

A. the neck *

B. the region of the back *

C. mucosa of the oral cavity

D. lips
2347. Clinical signs specific for staphylococcal deep pustules:

A. is riddled with hair *

B. hemispherical form *

C. pus liquid

D. is located on the smooth skin
2348. Hydradenitis is localized:

A. axillae *

B. peripapillary area *

C. palm


D. Shin
2349. Main clinical forms of staphylococcal skin lesions:

A. folliculitis *

B. herpes zoster

C. pityriasis versicolor

D. carbuncle *
2350. Clinical varieties of streptococcal impetigo:

A. bullous impetigo*

B. impetigo slit *

C. sycosis

D. deep folliculitis

2351. 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


2352. Deeper forms of streptodermii:

A. vulgar ecthyma*

B. periungual conflicts

C. streptococcal impetigo

D. drill ecthyma *
2353. The factors that cause toksikodermiya:

A. sulfanilamidnye drugs *

B. antibiotics *

C. acid


D. alkali
2354. Clinical signs of urticaria:

A. pruritus*

B. blister *

C. node


D. pain
2355. Irritants cause irritant contact dermatitis:

A. mechanical *

B. high temperature *

C. psycho-emotional

D. chemical C. optional
2356. For allergic dermatitis is characterized by:

A. erythema *

B. bubbles *

C. bumps


D. nodes
2357. Symptoms typical of true eczema:

A. true polymorphism *

B. microvesicles *

C. blisters

D. cicatricial atrophy
2358. Characteristic of eczema:

A. roseola

B. oozing "serous wells" *

C. Gumma


D. erythema, swelling*
2359. Clinical manifestations fresh secondary period of syphilis:

A. chancre or its remains *

B. roseola *

C. bubbles

D. blisters
2360. Clinical signs of syphilitic roseola:

A. blades. pink *

B. does not merge *

C. flakes

D. purple
2361. Clinical signs of tinea versicolor:

A. secondary leukoderma *

B. erosion

C. nodes


D. defurfuration *
2362. The source of the infection by Microsporum:

A. cats, dogs *

B. people*

C. cattle

D. rodents
2363. When candidiasis affects:

A. mucous *

B. skin *

C. hair

D. the muscular system
2364. Primary cells for herpes simplex:

A. erythema *

B. bubble *

C. blister

D. abscess
2365. To viral diseases include:

A. simple bubble herpes

B. herpes zoster *

C. molluscum contagiosum *

D. eczema
2366. What medications are more likely to cause fixed erythema

A. sulfadimetoksin*

B. analgin

C. aspirin

D. Biseptol*
2367. What disease should be differentiated common

toksikodermiya

A. herpes

B. eczema*

C. vulgaris pemphigus *

D. a disease of Borovsk


2368. Indicate the typical localization at mnogoformnuû exudative

the erythema

A. the scalp

B. the rear brake*

C. the neck

D. the rear palm*


2369. What factors are important in the development of mnogoformnuû

exudative erythema

A. Neurotic factor*

B. photosensitization

C. chronic infection*

D. hyperfunction of the sebaceous glands


2370. What dermatoses differentiate mnogoformnuû erythemal

A. Lyell's syndrome*

B. scrofulous

C. pruritus

D. Syndrome Steve-Zhons*
2371. Specify pathogenetic factors of pink lichen Gibert

A. introduction to skin mites

B. yeast

C. Infektsionno-allergic process*

D. viral infection*
2372. Specify the variety of microbial eczema

A. adult


B. paratravmaticheskoy*

C. idiopathic

D. Trophic ulcer*
2373. What clinical sign is characterized by a rash with true

eczema


A. symptom *

B. tubercles

C. cilnii itching*

D. indurative edema


2374. What are the symptoms seen with discoid lupus

A. grid Wickham

B. a collar of Byetta

C. a symptom of "lady heel"*

D. atrophy*
2375. Specify types of scleroderma

A. vulgar

B. white spot disease*

C. infiltrative

D. linear*
2376. Lichen planus is characterized by

A. polygonal papule*

B. tubercles

C. grid Wickham*

D. urticarial rash
2377. For lichen planus is characterized by

A. intercellular edema spinous layer

B. lichenoides response*

C. vacuolar degeneration

D. uneven thickening of the granular layer of the epidermis*
2378. What clinical symptom is pathognomonic for red

lichen planus

A."honeycomb celse"

B. grid Wickham*

C. koebner's phenomenon*

D. symptom of Auspice


2379. What diseases does not belong to the group of viral dermatoses

A. warts


B. genital warts

C. psoriasis*

D. mycosis*
2380. Vascular spot is

A. Erythema

B. roseola*

C. Georgia*

D. Leukoderma
2381. Primary morphological elements

A. scar


B. bubble*

C. erosion

D. papule*
2382. Secondary morphological elements

A. The Scar*

B. Burl

C. Node


D. Ulcer*
2383. The bubble is formed at

A. puzyrchatka*

B. the LCP

C. herpes simplex*

D. Psoriasis
2384. The outcome of the burl is

A. Spot*


B. Atrophy

C. nothing*

D. Scar
2385. Exudative morphological element is

A. Node


B. Tubercle

C. Vesicle*

D. Papule
2386. Specify dosage form for local treatment according to stage

eczema:


A. weeping – lotions*

B. stage C. secondary pyoderma gadgets

C. bubble step C. Masi

D. corticosteroids ointments*

.
2387. What diseases belong to the group of neurodermatoses:

A. urticaria*

B. dermatitis Duhring

C. lichen planus

D. Pruritus*
2388.Specify the reasons that may be causing localized

itching:


A. Contact dermatitis*

B. violation of function of endocrine glands

C. The Hemorrhoids*

D. Ketoacidosis


2389. What preparations have antipruritic effect:

A. anesthetics*

B. sulfonamides

C. antibiotics

D. an antihistamine*
2390. What are the comorbidities often found in

atopic dermatitis:

A. Asthma*

B. toxoplasmosis

C. tuberculosis

D. vasomotor rhinitis*


2391. When any disease occurs white dermographism:

A. scabies

B. allergic dermatitis

C. pruritus*

D. atopic dermatitis*
2392. Specify the basic pathogenetic mechanisms of development of child

pocesuha:

A. hereditary fermentopathy*

B. the hearth of focal infection

C. endocrine disorders

D. after self-poisoning from the bowel*


2393. What kind of rash is typical for psoriasis:

A. vegetative

B. peeling*

C. monomorphic pustular

D. Papular*
2394. What zone are distinguished in focal neurodermatitis:

A. peripheral C. area pustular rash

B. Central area C. lichenification*

C. peripheral zone papulezne infiltrate*

D. mid-zone of depigmentation
2395, What signs are characteristic for hives:

A. secondary atrophic changes in the skin

B. Krasne dermographism*

C. monomorphic wheals*

D. white dermographism
2396. In a patient with acute angioedema, beginning asphyxia. What kind of prep-

you want to assign to rata for assistance:

A. korglikon 0.5/m

B. 200,0 gemodez drip into a vein

C. aminophylline 2.4%*

D. prednisolone 60-80 mg in a vein*


2397. What diseases belong to the group of bullous dermatoses:

A. stafilodermia

B. Vulgar pemphigus*

C. . tinea

D. Syndrome And Lyell's Syndrome*
2398. If any are observed dermatoses bullous rashes:

A. herpes

B. stafilodermia

C. Lyell's syndrome*

D. pemphigus Vulgaris*
2399. In the classification of pemphigus includes:

A. pemphigus vulgaris*

B. exudative

C. Palmar-plantar

D. Seborrheic pemphigus*
2400. What are the symptoms of true pemphigus:

A. Symptom Gorchakov-Ardi

B. Symptom of "Apple jelly"

C. Nikolsky Sign*

D. Asbestos-Hansen*

2401. Under what conditions there is a positive symptom

Nicholas:

A. contact dermatitis bullous stage

B. Vulgar pemphigus*

C. Lyell's Syndrome*

D. bullous streptoderma
2402. What are the basic rules for the use of corticosteroids-hormones in the treatment of

pemphigus:

A. hormones is prescribed only for topical treatment

B. begin treatment with a loading dose*

C. begin treatment with a gradual increase in dose up to shock

D. podderjivali dose*


2403. What complications occur in the treatment of pemphigus:

A. development of hypersensibility

B. oppression the function of hematopoietic system

C. Syndrome cancel*

D. The Syndrome Itsenko-Kushinga*
2404. What are the characteristic clinical signs of dermatitis Duhring:

A. lesion of the oral mucosa

B. positive Nikolsky sign

C. sgruppirovany rash*

D. A Polymorphism*
2405. What are the morphological elements characteristic of the rash

dermatitis Duhring:

A. pustule*

B. the nodes

C. bumps

D. papular*


2406. What laboratory indexes are characteristic of dermatitis Duhring:

A. eosinophils in the cystic fluid*

B. lymphocytosis

C. chuvstvitelnost to iodine*

D. histomorphological – acantholysis
2407. For any of dermatoses characterized by the appearance of rashes on

the oral mucosa:

A. psoriasis

B. candidiasis*

C. pityriasis rosea Gibert

D. CPL*
2408. Name rash with a clear viral etiology:

A. dermatitis Duhring

B. lichen planus

C. herpes*

D. containskey clam*


2409. Name the characteristics of the lesions for herpes simplex:

A. C. subjectively prevails over itching soreness and a burning sensation

B. polymorphism of the rash

C. monomorphic bubble elements*

D. erosion*
2410. What are the distinctive features of genital herpes from solid

chancre:


A. the lack of hard infiltration at the base*

B. a positive result PB

C. painless erosions

D. pain erosions*


2411. Name the clinical forms of tinea:

A. Dyshidrotic

B. generalized*

C. monomorphic bubble elements*

D. Neuralgic
2412. Specify medicines are antiviral

action:


A. methotrexate is used

B. purified sulfur

In gerpevir*.

D. acyclovir*


2413. Assign medicines to patient with a diagnosis of tinea versicolor:

A. the sodium-bromine drops

B. prednisolone ointment

C. analgesics*

D. acyclovir*
2414. Specify characteristic features of molluscum contagiosum:

A. the way of transmission of vector-borne C.

B. nodules contain inside a white cheesy mass*

C. hemispherical form*

D. symptom of "grid Wickham" positive
2415. What forms of lupus erythematosus are distinguished according to the classification:

A. discoid*

B. vegetative

C. disseminirovanne*

D. Pustular

.


2416. Name the cardinal symptoms of lupus erythematosus rash:

A. lichenification

B. keloid scars

C. follicularis hyperkeratosis*

D. infiltrative erythema*
2417. What symptoms are observed in discoid lupus erythematosus:

A. grid Wickham

B. "butterflies"*

C. "honeycomb" of Celsus

D. atrophy of the skin*
2418. With what diseases should be differentiated red

lupus:


scleroderma

A. dermatitis Duhring*

B. photodermatosis

C. Eczema

D. Scleroderma*
2419. What stage are distinguished in clinical course of scleroderma:

A. edema*

B. exudation

C. ulceration

D. Seal*
2420. Some dermatoses are a group of connective tissue:

A. discoid lupus erythematosus*

B. dermatitis Duhring

C. genital warts

D. scleroderma*
2421. What skin tumors are considered benign:

A. carcinoma

B. lipoma*

C. melanoma

D. naevus*
2422. Favourite localization molluscum contagiosum:

A. axillary region

B. hands and feet

C. face*


D. polowie bodies*
2423. Name the clinical varieties of acne:

A. conglobate*

B. erythematous-squamous

C. erosive and ulcerative

D. Pustular*
2424. Specify the stage of rosacea:

A. papulo-pustular*

B. follicular hyperkeratosis

C. stage of atrophy

D. erythematous*
2425. What are the exogenous factors which can cause pathological

the condition in the skin:

A. disorders of the nervous system

B. hypersensibility

C. pathogenic fungi*

D. pathogenic bacteria*


2426. To endogenous physiological factors that can cause

inflammatory changes in the skin include:



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