Tests on dermatology with 1 correct answer

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C. late-ulcerated type*

D. erythematous-samotny type
2706. Name the clinical varieties of the disease Borovsky:

A. city type*

B. papular

C. acute-nitrotyrosine type*

D. infiltrative-suppurative
2707. Which layer is not part of the epidermis:

A. net*

B. prickly

C. granular

D. papillary*
2708. Specify the types of seborrhea:

A. leaf

B. vegetative

C. dry*

D. bold*
2709. What diseases belong to the group of stafilodermy:

A. impetigo of Bockhart*

B. epidemic pemphigus*

C. impetigo nail ridges

D. slit-like vulgar ecthyma impetigo
2710. What tools have antipruritic property:

A. tar

B. benzocaine*

C. menthol *

D. salicylic acid
2711. What pyoderma occur only in newborns and infants:

A. hydradenitis

B. exfoliative dermatitis*

C. vesiculopustules*

D. furuncle
2712. What are morphological elements typical of Ritter's dermatitis:

A. bubbles*

B. papules

C. erosion*

D. bumps
2713. Localization of the rash in scabies:

A. interdigital spaces of the hands *

B. places of a congestion of the sebaceous glands

C. interdigital spaces stop

D. the skin around the navel, inner thighs *
2714. What are secondary morphological element:

A. the knot

B. ulcer*

C. vegetation*

D. abscess
2715. Name the proliferative morphological element:

A. bubble

B. abscess

C. the node *

D. nodule*
2716. Acantholysis is the morphological basis of the symptom:

Nicholas A.*

B. Asbestos-Hansen*

C. Pospelova

D. Wickham
2717. What clinical sign is characteristic of dermatitis Duhring:

A. eosinophilia of content bubble*

B. eosinophilia in the blood*

C. cryoglobulinemia

D. leukopenia
2718. What are the tests uses for the diagnosis of dermatitis herpetiformis Duhring:

A. the sample with 2-3% solution potassium iodide*

B. 50% ointment with potassium iodide*

C. 3 test Thompson

D. iodine test Signs
2719. What medicines are most effective when dermatitis Duhring:


B. Biseptol

C. corticosteroids*

D. vitamins In
2720. Specify the features of papules in lichen planus:

A. umbilicate indentation*

B. edge peeling

C. rich peeling

D. purple tint*
2721. Name the type of pustular psoriasis:

A. psoriasis Combucha*

B. psoriasis Kaposi

C. psoriasis of the Barber*

D. lichenoid
2722. What skin areas are usually free of lesions at the LCP:

A. flexor surfaces of the extremities

B. the sole*

C. palm*

D. wrist joints
2723. What dermatosis should be differentiated lichen planus:

A. secondary syphilis*

B. pityriasis versicolor

C. artifactual dermatitis

D. psoriasis*
2724. Name the localization of elements at pustular psoriasis of the Barber:

A. the scalp

B. the sole*

C. palm*

D. the red border of the lips
2725. Specify the true types of eczema:

A. prodigiosa*

B. seborrheic

C. numulyarnaya

D. disgidroticheskaya*
2726. When mnogoformnuû rash the exudative erythema is:

A. in pairs

B. in the form of rings*

C. grouped the course of nerves

D. in the form of arcs*
2727. 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
2728. Deeper forms of streptodermii:

A. periungual conflicts

B. streptococcal impetigo

C. drill ecthyma*

D. vulgar ecthyma*
2729. The factors that cause toksikodermiya:

A. acid

B. antibiotics*

C. sulfanilamidnye drugs *

D. alkali
2730. Clinical signs of urticaria:

A. pruritus *

B. node

C. blister*

D. pain
2731.For allergic dermatitis is characterized by:

A. erythema *

B. the nodes

C. bumps

D. bubbles*
2732. Symptoms typical of true eczema:

A. blisters

B. microvesicles*

C. true polymorphism*

D. cicatricial atrophy
2733. Clinical manifestations fresh secondary period of syphilis:

A. blisters

B. roseola*

C. chancre or its remains *

D. bubbles
2734. The source of the infection by Microsporum:

A. rodents

B. people*

C. cattle

D. cats, dogs*
2735. Primary cells for herpes simplex:

A. blister

B. bubble*

C. erythema*

D. abscess
2736. The rash is polymorphic if:

A. psoriasis

B. eczema *

C. secondary syphilis*

D. lichen planus
2737. Clinical types of lichen planus:

A. hypertrophic*

B. atrophic*

C. pemphigidae

D. artropaticheskom
2738. The most common form of psoriasis with the flow:

A. spring

B. autumn

C. summer*

D. winter*
2739. Psoriasis must be differentiated from:

A. lichen planus *

B. secondary syphilis*

C. pemphigus

D. eczema
2740. Drugs used for the treatment of scleroderma:

A. erythromycin

B. lidaza*

C. penicillin*

D. nicotinic acid
2741. Connective tissue disease:

A. lupus erythematosus*

B. dermatomyositis*

C. psoriasis

D. allergic vasculitis
2742. Clinical types of lupus erythematosus:

A. seborrheic

B. disseminated*

C. discoid*

D. annular
2743. For tinea versicolor is characterized by:

A. peeling*

B. symptom Besnier - Meshchersky

C. sample Signs*

D. svechenie with green luminescence
2744. Name the type of pustules:

A. telangiectasia

B. scratch

C. conflicts*

D. folliculitis*
2745. Name the type of stains:

A. roseola*

B. conflicts

C. erythema*

D. rupee
2746. Clinical types of lichen planus:

A. pemphigidae

B. atrophic*

C. hypertrophic*

D. artropaticheskom
2747. The most common form of psoriasis with the flow:

A. off-season

B. winter*

C. summer*

D. spring

C. autumn

C. General
2748. Psoriasis must be differentiated from:

A. lichen planus *

B. secondary syphilis*

C. paasiaisen deprive

D. neurodermatitis
2749. Drugs used for the treatment of scleroderma:

A. penicillin*

B. lidaza*

C. biyohinol

D. delagil
2750. Connective tissue disease:

A. lupus erythematosus*

B. dermatomyositis*

C. lichen planus

D. strophulus

With 3 correct answers

2751. Specify drugs used in pemphigus vulgaris:

A. prednisolone *

B. triamcinolon*

C. monomitsin

D. sulfadimetoksin

E. Dapsone

F. dexamethasone*
2752. What drugs is used to treat


A. 20 % benzyl –benzoate ointment*

B. spray Spregal *

C. hydrocream

D. 5 % naphthalan ointment

E. 5% sulfur ointment

F. 33% sulfuric ointment*

2753. With what diseases should be differentiated scabies:

A. atopic dermatitis *

B. pityriasis versicolor

C. pruritus*

D. pityriasis rosea

E. herpes zoster

F. pruritus*
2754. Name the obligate factor of dermatitis:

A. concentrated acid *

B. jewelry of gold

C. concentrated alkali*

D. boiling water*

E. synthetic detergents

F. jewelry made of platinum
2755. Allergic reaction to the medication may occur:

A. bullous rash*

B. vesicular*

C. erythema*

D. symptom Pylnova

E. papular rash

F. there is no right answer
2756 . Specify the kind of toxicodermia:

A. fixed erythema*

B. iododerma*

C. psoriasis

D. bromoderma*

E. perniosis

F. pellagrozny dermatitis
2757 . What medications are more likely to cause fixed erythema:

A. sulfadimetoksin*

B. Biseptol*

C. norsulfazol*

D. analgin

E. aspirin

F. tavegil
2758. What disease should be differentiated common toksikodermiya:

A. pityriasis rosea Gibert *

B. the syndrome of Stevens-Johnson*

C. acne rosacea

D. pyoderma

E. exfoliative dermatitis*

F. disease of Borovsk
2759. Indicate the typical localization at the mnogoformnuû exudative erythema:

A. the back of the hand*

B. the rear brake *

C. mucous membranes*

D. scalp

E. the interdigital spaces of the hands

F. the side surfaces of the extremities
2760. What factors are important in the development of mnogoformnuû of erythema multiforme:

A. seasonality*

B. hereditary

C. chronic infection*

D. hypersensitivity to fluoride

E. hypothermia*

F. hypersensitivity to iodine
2761. What differentiate exudative dermatoses mnogoformnuû erythemal:

A. pemphigus vulgaris *

B. scrofuloderma

C. exfoliative dermatitis*

D. strophulus

E. Lyell's syndrome*

F. erythema induratum of Bazin
2762. Specify pathogenetic factors of pink lichen Gibert:

A. viral infection*

B. hyperfunction of the sebaceous

C. hypofunction of the sebaceous glands

D. yeast

E. vaccination*

F. streptococcal infection* glands
2763. Specify the variety of microbial eczema:

A. seksitarina*

B. Horny

C. sysformat*

D. adult

E. idiopathic

F. varicose*
2764. What clinical sign is characterized by a rash with true eczema:

A. true polymorphism*

B. symmetry*

In assimetria

D. ephemeral blisters

E. . the symptom of "serous wells"*

F. indurative edema
2765. What are the symptoms seen with discoid lupus:

A. symptom Khachaturian*

B. the symptom of "lady heel"*

C. collar Voronova

D. the collar of Byetta

E. symptom Besnier-Meshchersky *

F. mesh Witham
2766. Specify types of scleroderma:

A. stripy*

B. intertriginous

C. surface*

D. infiltrative

E. white spot disease*

F. vulgar
2767. Lichen planus is characterized by:

A. papular rash*

B. umbilicated*

C. predominant localization on the flexor surfaces of the extremities*

D. the absence of subjective feelings

E. urticaria rash

F. tubercles
2768. For lichen planus is characterized by:

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

B. acanthosis*

C. parakeratosis

D. moderate hyperkeratosis*

E. vnutriarterialno microabcesses

F. disorganization of collagen fibers
2769. What clinical symptom is pathognomonic for lichen planus:

A. grid Wickham*

B. umbilicate indentation*

C. purple colour*

D. symptom of Auspice

E. cells Tzenka

F. all answers are not correct
2770. What diseases does not belong to the group of viral dermatoses:

A. extensive warts*

B. simple bubble herpes.

C. lichen planus*

D. psoriasis*

E. genital warts

F. all answers are not correct
2771. Vascular spot is:

A. Erythema*

B. Leukoderma

C. Teleangioektasia*

D. Lentigo

E. Roseola*

F. Naevus
2772. Primary morphological elements:

A. bubble*

B. ulcer

C. bump*

D. bubble*

E. erosion

F. all answers are not correct
2773. Secondary morphological elements:

A. Ulcer*

B. Voldyri

C. Cork*

D. Erosion*

E. Burl

F. all answers are not correct
2774. The bubble is formed by:

A. Eczema*

B. the LCP

C. herpes zoster*

D. Psoriasis

E. herpes simplex*

F. all the answers are not correct
2775. The outcome of the nodule is:

A. hypopigmented spot*

B. Scale*

C. vanish*

D. Ulcer

E. Atrophy

F. all answers are not correct
2776. Exudative morphological element is:

A. Vesicle*

B. Tubercle

C. Abscess*

D. Papule

E. The Blister*

F. all answers are not correct
2777. Layers of epidermis:

A. basal *

B. thorn*

C. granular*

D. fat

E. . hypodermally

F. all answers are not correct
2778. Have a cavity morphological elements:

A. abscess*

B. blister

C. bubble*

D. node

E. vial*

F. all answers are not correct
2779. The rash is polymorphic if:

A. secondary syphilis*

B. psoriasis

C. dermatitis Duhring*

D. warts

E. eczema*

F. all answers are not correct
2780. Monomorphic rash in medicine:

A. herpes zoster

B. the LCP*

C. urticaria*

D. dermatitis Duhring

E. psoriasis*

F. all answers are not correct
2781. Clinical signs of psoriasis:

A. the presence of papules*

B. peeling*

C. koebner's phenomenon*

D. blisters

E. nodes

F. all answers are not correct
2782. Clinical signs of lichen planus:

A. koebner's phenomenon*

B. polygonal papules*

C. pupkoobraznym depressions in the center*

D. blisters

D bumps

The pustules
2783. Agents used topically in the treatment of psoriasis:

A. gel Skin cap*

B. corticosteroid ointment*

C. salicylic ointment

D. Castellani paint

E. Diprosalic ointment*

F. all answers are not correct
2784 Phenomena typical for psoriasis:

A. stearin spot*

B. terminal film*

C. blood dew*

D. matching items

E. Wickham

F. ladies ' heel
2785. The signs of true polymorphism of rash for dermatitis Duhring:

A. bullas*

B. uslc*

C. spot*

D. hump

E. node

F. lichenification
2786. Clinical varieties of pemphigus:

A. vulgar*

B. exudative

C. leaf*

D. psoriasiform

E. vegetative*

F. papular
2787. For lupus erythematosus symptoms:

A. follicular hyperkeratosis*

B. cicatricial atrophy*

C. erythema*

D. grid Wickham

E. mukovidnoe peeling

F. the symptom of Cabrera
2788. Clinical forms of athlete's foot:

A. intertriginous*

B. psoriasiform

C. squamous*

D. disgidroticheskaya*

E. worn

F. pustular
2789. Diseases related to dermatophytosis:

A. athlete's groin*

B. hromomikoza

C. dermatophytosis*

D. eritrazma

E. microspores*

F. impetigo
2790 Antibiotics used in the treatment of candidiasis:

A. nystain*

B. flonal*

C. levorin*

D. cephalosporins

E. doxycyclin

F. kanamycin
2791. When artropaticheskom appropriate will appoint all of the above, except-

A. nizoral*

B. mineralocorticoid drugs

C. synthetic anti-malarial drugs*

D. antioxidants

E. penicillin*

F. nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs
2792. Typical eruptive lichen planus elements have the following features, except-

A. preferential localization on the face*

B. symptom Pylnova*

C. pustules flat, polygonal reddish-crimson color, is a symptom of Asbestos-Hansen*

D. waxy Shine

E. Wickham mesh on the surface of papules

F. flat papules, polygonal, reddish-purple color
2793. Monomorphic rash can be:

A. psoriasis*

B. microbial eczema

C. warts *

D. erythema multiforme

E. lichen planus*

F. dermatitis Duhring
2794. Hyperkeratosis is characteristic of:

A. psoriasis*

B. ichthyosis*

C. warts *

D. bullous impetigo

E. sycosis

F. all answers are not correct
2795. Woman, 25 years old, married 3 годD. When the survey was diagnosed with chronic endocervicitis, adnexitis. Smears D. leukocytosis, gonococcus and Trichomonas not found. My daughter 1.5 years of acute gonorrheal vulvovaginitis etiologies. Correct doctor's tactics:

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

B. the appointment of antibacterial drugs according to the sensitivity of the bacterial

flora to antibiotics*

C. the treatment scheme of chronic gonorrhea*

D. prescription of corticosteroids

E. appointment of antihistamines

F. antifungal drugs

2796. What type of topical treatment should

to choose with weeping skin inflammations:


B. cream

C. aniline dyes*

D. Prater Park

E. aerosols*

F. all answers are not correct

2797. The patient was diagnosed as anterior urethritis chlamydial etiology. What antibiotic group

to prescribe to the patient:

A. aminoglycosides*

B. fluorinated quinolones

C. macrolides*

D. antimalarial

E. tetracycline*

F. cephalosporins

2798. Girls vulvovaginitis Trichomonas etiology characterized by all of these

symptoms except-

A. frothy discharge from the genital slit*

B. frequent and painful urination

C. atrophy of the external genitalia*

D. infiltrative lesions

E. no itching*

F. itch in the vulva

2799. What kind of lotions should choose to oozing of the infected skin surface:

A. ivanyevo*

B. tannin

C. with potassium permanganate*

D. lead

E. furatsilinovoy*

F. boric acid
2800. Diagnostic tests of allergic dermatitis are samples.

A. drip*

B. Adamson

C. prick*

D. Baltser

E. compression *

F. all answers are not correct

2801. To frequent complications of atopic dermatitis include all of these except

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

atopic dermatitis*

B. urethritis*

C. hyperthyroidism *

D. poor sleep, irritability

E. polyadenylation of

F. painful and persistent itching
2802. Diagnosis of acute prostatitis, based on the results of the above studies, except-

A. General analysis of blood*

B. ultrasound of the prostate

C. examination of the skin*

D. palpation of the prostate

E. biochemical analysis of blood*

F. all answers are not correct
2803. 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 indicatorii

C. identification of pustules in the affected skin lesions*

D. identify the States of immunodeficiency

E. identification of sepsis in affected skin lesions*

F. identify other allergenic factors
2804. What exogenous factors contribute to the development of pyoderma:

A. microfracture *

B. contamination of the skin*

C. hypothermia and hyperthermia*

D. disorders of keratinization

E. helminthic invasion

F. all answers are not correct
2805. What endogenous factors contribute to the development of pyoderma:

A. diabetes mellitus*

Hemophilia B.

C. intestinal toxemia*

D. eosinophilia

E. hypovitaminosis*

F. violations of the mechanism of division of epidermocytes
2806. In acute and subacute complicated gonorrhea in men and women in the complex treatment included all of the above, except-

A. antihistamines*

B. gonovaccine*

C. the desensitization*

D. protivolodochnyi antibiotics

E. antispasmodics

F. sulfonamides
2807. Specify the correct tactics of treatment of torpid and chronic forms of gonorrheal infection

A. immunotherapeutic drugs*

B. detoxification drugs

C. antibacterial*

D. calcium supplements

E. local treatment*

F. all answers are not correct
2808. To stafilodermy include:

A. impetigo of Bockhart*

B. slit-like impetigo

C. carbuncle*

D. simple versicolor

E. deep folliculitis*

F. ecthyma vulgar
2809. Clinical symptoms of discoid lupus erythematosus all but

A. bullas *

B. tightly sitting scales

C. blister *

D. erythema

E. bubbles *

F. atrophy
2810. Koebner's phenomenon is observed in the following diseases:

A. lichen planus*

B. folliculitis

C. vitiligo*

D. leprosy

E. psoriasis*

F. tinea versicolor
2811. If any element of dermatitis rash is the bubble:

A. eczema*

B. herpes simplex*

C. tinea*

D. pityriasis rosea Gibert

E. pemphigus

F. all answers are not correct
2812. True polymorphism is typical for the following diseases except:

A. eczema

B. dermatitis Duhring

C. mnogoformnuû of erythema multiforme

D. psoriasis*

E. lichen planus*

F. tinea versicolor *
2813. Find relevant answers:

Proliferative morphological changes

A. granules, *

B. acantholysis,

C. acanthosis, *

D. sponges,


F. all answers are not correct

2814. Diffuse hyperkeratosis is not typical for:

A. ichthyosis

B. keratodermia

C. pemphigus*

D. pyoderma*

E. eczema*

F. all answers are not correct

2815. What factors contribute to the development of pyoderma:

A. disorders of carbohydrate metabolism*

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

C. reduction of the barrier functions of the skin *

D. increased blood clotting

E. hypervitaminosis

F. all answers are correct

2816. For scabies is characterized by:

A. paired papulo-vesicular elements*

B. itching at night*

C. symptom Gorchakov-Ardi *

D. comedones

E. the symptom of "Apple jelly"

F. the symptom of "lady heel"
2817. From the ectoderm develop:

A. hair*

B. the vessels of the skin

C. sweat glands*

D. hair muscles

E. sebaceous glands*

F. all answers are not correct
2818. To has is characterized by:

A. fever, malaise, headache *

B. estimatese pustules

C. favourite localization in the armpits, genitals *

D. blister

E. the formation of fistulous*

F. all answers are not correct
2819. Specify the clinical form of scabies (a form):

A. worn*

B. squamous

Norwegian C.*

D. erythematous

E. clean*

F. all the answers are not correct
2820. To a mixed pyoderma include:

A. brimicombe*

B. chancriform pyoderma *

C. ulcerative-vegetative pyoderma *

D. hydradenitis

E. osteo folliculitis

F. all answers are not correct
2821. Indicate the clinical varieties of pemphigus acantholytic:

A. leaf*

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