Tests on dermatology with 1 correct answer



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vitiligo

  • lupus erythematosus*

  • dermatit Dühring

  • athlete

  • No correct answer

    302. for the diagnosis of disease which you

    requires biopsy method


    1. eczema

    2. shingles

    3. Scleroderma

    4. Infiltrativesuppurative trichophytosis*

    5. No correct answer

    303. Specify the diseases where tests are assigned to fungi



    1. Microsporia*

    2. Mycosis fungoides

    3. shingles

    4. Psoriasis psoriasis

    5. No correct answer

    304. Specify the correct answers which correspond to the route of infection

    diagnosis


    1. Transfusion shingles

    2. Transmissible – leishmaniasis*

    3. Airborne warty tuberculosis of the skin

    4. Transmissible trichophytosis

    5. No correct answer

    305. Specify the focal forms of skin tuberkuleza



    1. Lichenoid tuberculosis skin

    2. Induratum erythema

    3. Miliary tuberculosis

    4. Lupus*

    5. No correct answer

    306. Specify disseminirovannnye TB skin



    1. Vulgar lupus

    2. Miliary tuberculosis*

    3. Infiltrative tuberculosis

    4. Skrofuloderma

    5. No correct answer

    307. What are the signs characteristic of cutaneous leishmaniasis



    1. Finding the virus cells to the lesion

    2. A symptom of "apple jelly"

    3. Transmissible transmission*

    4. Reservoir of infection is cattle

    5. No correct answer

    308. In what dermatoses appointed by the local corticosteroid ointment



    1. Atopic dermatitis*

    2. Leishmaniasis

    3. Colorful lichen

    4. Shingles

    5. No correct answer

    309. For what dermatoses uncharacteristically strong subjective feeling

    itching


    1. Duhring Dermatitis

    2. Microbial eczema

    3. Hives

    4. Shingles*

    5. No correct answer

    310. Find the mismatch harkter rash diagnosis



    1. Typhoid fever roseolous

    2. Colorful lichen roseolouspapular*

    3. Strofulyus papules, urticaria, vesicular

    4. Duhring Dermatitis polymorphic herpeticum

    5. No correct answer

    311. Find the appropriate diagnosis the nature of the rash



    1. Microbial eczema monomorphic pustular

    2. Systemic lupus erythematosus roseolous squamous skin atrophy

    3. Skrofuloderma – Bugorkova*

    4. Leishmaniasis skin papular patchy

    5. No correct answer

    312. For what dermatoses characterized by defeat and nail polish



    1. rollers

    2. Skrofuloderma

    3. Athlete *

    4. Pink zoster Gibert

    5. Duhring Dermatitis

    313. A sign of some dermatoses may be desquamation, hyperkeratosis,

    cracks in the skin of the palms and fingertips


    1. Lyell Syndrome

    2. StevensZhonsona

    3. Disseminated form of lupus erythematosus

    4. Ichthyosis *

    5. No correct answer

    314. What are the most common opportunistic infections in AIDS



    1. Leishmania

    2. Korinobakterii

    3. Pneumocystis infection*

    4. Trichomonas

    5. No correct answer

    315.at forms of Kaposi's sarcoma you know



    1. latespinning

    2. AIDSrelated*

    3. Undifferentiated

    4. Paratravmatic

    5. No correct answer

    316. form on the prevalence of AIDS symptoms in the clinical



    1. picture (according to WHO)

    2. Pulmonary *

    3. Gepatolienal

    4. Gangrenous

    5. Lymphoproliferative

    317. Specify the ratio of Thelper / Tsuppressor in carriers of HIV



    1. Within 10*

    2. Within the 15

    3. <1

    4. More than 10

    5. No correct answer

    318. What laboratory methods allow to confirm the diagnosis



    1. Vulgar lupus

    2. Smears

    3. Mantoux test*

    4. Sample Jadassohn

    5. Reaction of Wassermann

    319. What diseases are at bullous dermatosis



    1. Pemphigus *

    2. chickenpox

    3. shingles

    4. Streptoderma

    5. No correct answer

    320. In what bullous dermatosis observed eruptions



    1. eczema

    2. Lichen planus

    3. Streptoderma

    4. Lyell's syndrome*

    5. No correct answer

    321. The classification of true pemphigus included



    1. Handfoot

    2. Pemphigus vulgaris*

    3. Dyshydrotic

    4. Pustular

    5. No correct answer

    322. What are the symptoms characteristic of true pemphigus



    1. Nikolsky *

    2. Pospelov

    3. "Apple jelly"

    4. GorchakovHardy

    5. No correct answer

    323. In what diseases there is a positive sign



    1. Nikolsky

    2. Pemphigus *

    3. Dermatitis Duhring

    4. Bullous streptoderma

    5. Nodules doilschits (false cow ospa)

    324. What are the main rules of the COP in the treatment of hormone

    pemphigus


    1. Use pulse therapy

    2. Taking hormones administered on the evening

    3. Treatment is initiated with a bolus*

    4. Hormones are prescribed only for external treatment

    5. No correct answer

    325. What are the complications observed in the treatment of pemphigus



    1. Oppression of the hematopoietic system

    2. Cushingoid syndrome*

    3. amyloidosis

    4. Paralysis

    5. No correct answer

    326. What are the characteristic clinical signs of dermatitis Duhring



    1. Infiltrative lesions are composed of elements

    2. A positive sign of Nikolsky

    3. Hypersensitivity to cereals*

    4. The defeat of the oral mucosa

    5. No correct answer

    327. What are the morphological features are characteristic rash



    1. dermatitis Duhring

    2. Vesicular*

    3. Bumps

    4. Units

    5. No correct answer

    328. What are the laboratory findings are characteristic of dermatitis Duhring



    1. Lymphocytosis

    2. Leykotsitozv cystic fluid

    3. Eosinophils in the blood*

    4. Histomorphological acantholysis

    5. No correct answer

    329. Which dermatosis characterized by the appearance of rashes on



    1. oral mucosa

    2. psoriasis

    3. shingles

    4. Pemphigus *

    5. Hydradenitis

    330. Call rash with a clear viral etiology



    1. Dermatitis Duhring

    2. Lichen planus

    3. Pemphigoid

    4. Herpes*

    5. No correct answer

    331. What are the characteristics of lesions in the herpes simplex



    1. Bubble elements of monomorphic*

    2. Subjectively itching prevails over the soreness and burning

    3. Grouped cystic lesions

    4. Polymorphism rash

    5. No correct answer

    332. Call features of genital herpes from a solid

    chancre


    1. Painless erosions

    2. Soreness*

    3. Regional bubo

    4. The presence of a solid infiltrate the base erosion

    5. No correct answer

    333. What are the clinical forms of herpes zoster



    1. Vegetating

    2. Abortive*

    3. Intercostal

    4. Infiltrativesuppurative

    5. No correct answer

    334. Specify the drug has prtivovirusnym



    1. action

    2. Sulphur cleared

    3. FIBS

    4. Rifampicin

    5. Acyclovir *

    335. Assign the drug to patients with a diagnosis of herpes zoster



    1. Viroleks pills*

    2. Ampicillin

    3. Aevitum

    4. Sodium bromo drops

    5. No correct answer

    336. Specify the characteristics of molluscum contagiosum



    1. The scales on the surface of papules

    2. A symptom of "net Wickham" positive

    3. Meets especially in children*

    4. Transmissiontransmissive

    5. No correct answer

    337. What forms of lupus are distinguished according to the classification



    1. Pustular

    2. Discoid*

    3. Annular

    4. Atrophic

    5. No correct answer

    338. cardinal symptoms of lupus rash



    1. Pustular infiltration

    2. Follicular hyperkeratosis*

    3. Keloid scars

    4. Lichenification

    5. No correct answer

    339. What are the symptoms observed in discoid lupus erythematosus



    1. "Grid" Wickham

    2. "Honeycomb" Celsus

    3. A terminal film

    4. "Ladies' heel"*

    5. No correct answer

    340. What are the laboratory findings are characteristic of SLE (acute form)



    1. "LE" – cells*

    2. Positive PB

    3. Bilirubinemia

    4. Ketoacidosis

    5. No correct answer

    341. With what diseases should be differentiate red



    1. erythematosus

    2. eczema

    3. Tuberculous lupus*

    4. pemphigus

    5. Molluscum Contagiosum

    342. What are the stages are distinguished in the clinical course of scleroderma



    1. exudation

    2. Hyperkeratosis

    3. Spinning

    4. Atrophy*

    5. No correct answer

    343. What dermatitis are at kollagenozov



    1. Dermatitis Duhring

    2. Genital warts

    3. Sklerdermiya*

    4. Leishmaniasis

    5. No correct answer

    344. What are considered benign neoplasms of the skin



    1. melanoma

    2. Basal cell carcinoma

    3. Paget's disease

    4. Lipoma*

    5. No correct answer

    345. Specify malignant skin lesions



    1. papilloma

    2. Lipoma

    3. Melanoma*

    4. Lymphangioma

    5. No correct answer

    346. What are the clinical varieties of acne vulgaris



    1. Abscessed*

    2. Conical

    3. Eritematosquamous

    4. Erosive and ulcerative

    5. No correct answer

    347. Specify the current stage of rosacea



    1. Follicular hyperkeratosis

    2. The stage of atrophy

    3. Erythematous*

    4. Stage seals

    5. No correct answer

    348. Call exogenous factors which may cause pathological



    1. condition in the skin

    2. immunodeficiency

    3. Pathogenic fungi*

    4. Hypersensitization

    5. No correct answer

    349. Endogenous physiological factors that may cause

    inflammatory include changes in the skin


    1. Hyperthermia*

    2. Chemical

    3. Physical

    4. Bacteria

    5. No correct answer

    350. Primary morphological elements can be



    1. Induratum

    2. Exudative*

    3. Follicular

    4. Nonfollikular

    5. No correct answer

    351. Which of the following applies to exudative lesions



    1. Node

    2. Bubble*

    3. Tuberkulum

    4. papule

    5. No correct answer

    352. What are the primary elements of infiltrative



    1. blister

    2. vesicle

    3. Bull

    4. Knot*

    5. No correct answer

    353. is the primary element, resulting from



    1. Hyperkeratinization

    2. Hemorrhage *

    3. Changes in skin color due to acantholysis

    4. Changes in the color due to melanocytes hyperfunction

    5. No correct answer

    354. What kind of spots are distinguished



    1. Dishydrotic

    2. Serous

    3. Melanocytic

    4. Pigment*

    5. No correct answer

    355. species of vascular patches



    1. Petechiae

    2. lentigo

    3. Roseola*

    4. Leucoderma

    5. No correct answer

    356. varieties of hemorrhagic spots



    1. lentigo

    2. Chloasma

    3. Petechiae*

    4. Telangiectasia

    5. No correct answer

    357. What are the characteristics of voldyrya



    1. Is the result of acantholysis

    2. Is an ephemeral (quickly appears and disappears without a trace)*

    3. In the process of return to secondary depigmentation

    4. Typical for autoimm disease

    5. No correct answer

    358. What are the characteristics of a bubble



    1. Pitting with ulceration and atrophy

    2. Is a proliferative element

    3. Formed as a result of edema papillary dermis

    4. Exudative is a primary element and contains a liquid*

    5. No correct answer

    359. How different from the bubble bubble



    1. Subjective sensations

    2. Size less than 05 cm bubble, the bubble more*

    3. The contents of exudate

    4. Localization of elements

    5. No correct answer

    360. layers of the epidermis



    1. Horn*

    2. Papillary

    3. Reticular

    4. fatty

    5. No correct answer

    361. that belongs to the skin appendages



    1. Subcutaneous fat

    2. epidermis

    3. Nails*

    4. Dermal papilla

    5. No correct answer

    362. What are the primary elements of morphologic



    1. Papule*

    2. atrophy

    3. Vegetation

    4. excoriation

    5. No correct answer

    363. What kinds of pustules you know



    1. Skrofuloderma

    2. excoriation

    3. Petechiae

    4. Folliculitis*

    5. No correct answer

    364. As a result, any process can pathohistomorphologic



    1. form a bundle

    2. Anaplasia

    3. Akantosys*

    4. Vacuolar degeneration

    5. Acantholysis

    365. What types of papules vary in size



    1. Lichenoid

    2. Miliary*

    3. Dwarf

    4. Tuberculoid

    5. No correct answer

    366. What are the characteristics of the nodule



    1. It is ephemeral

    2. It contains serous eccsudat

    3. noncavernous primary element*

    4. Infiltrate located in the dermis and hypodermis

    5. No correct answer

    367. What are the characteristics of the node, and for tubercle



    1. It refers to the elements of the exudative

    2. Infiltrate located in the epidermis

    3. Is a members *

    4. Are ephemeral formations

    5. No correct answer

    368. Write by appropriate primary cells and their secondary



    1. elements

    2. Vial atrophy

    3. Bubble – acantholysis*

    4. Tuberkulum secondary depigmentation

    5. Node Erosion

    369. Find a secondary morphological elements



    1. papule

    2. Vegetation*

    3. Conflict

    4. Tuberkulum

    5. No correct answer

    370. What are the characteristics of lihenifikatsii



    1. Pronounced skin pattern*

    2. Rash on the hearth

    3. Anesthesia on the hearth

    4. Warty growths on the hearth

    5. No correct answer

    371. What are the primary elements and their corresponding inverse

    the development of secondary cells


    1. Bubble – Erosion*

    2. Vial atrophic changes

    3. Papule scar atrophy

    4. Spot flaking and crust

    5. No correct answer

    372. Call pyoderma specific to childhood



    1. Hydradenitis

    2. Basal cell carcinoma

    3. Epidemic pemphigus*

    4. Discoid lupus erythematosus

    5. No correct answer

    373. clinical variants of streptococcal impetigo



    1. Surface felon*

    2. Centrifugal

    3. Papules, necrotic

    4. Seborrheic

    5. No correct answer

    374. What are the main clinical signs of scabies



    1. A symptom of Pospelov

    2. Sgruppirovannnye bubbles

    3. Paired papular or vesicular papules elements*

    4. Bites itch mites

    5. No correct answer

    375. What tools are used to treat scabies



    1. Chlorhexidine

    2. Gray mercurial ointment

    3. 33 Rate of sulfuric ointment*

    4. Kerosene mixed with vegetable oil

    5. No correct answer

    376. What are the main clinical signs of lice



    1. Finding nits*

    2. Finding ticks

    3. Paired papular elements

    4. A symptom GorchakovHardy

    5. No correct answer

    377. With what diseases differentiate scabies



    1. shingles

    2. Pruritus*

    3. Exudative erythema

    4. psoriasis

    5. No correct answer

    378. What rash characteristic of the lepromatous type of leprosy



    1. Gummy

    2. Units*

    3. Vegetating papules

    4. Pockets lihenifikatsii

    5. No correct answer

    379. What are the symptoms occur due to various motor

    disorders in leprosy


    1. "Paw" monkey*

    2. A symptom of "butterfly"

    3. Honeycomb Celsus

    4. Staggering gait

    5. No correct answer

    380. What laboratory and instrumental methods used to

    diagnosis of leprosy


    1. Mantoux test

    2. Reaction Cana

    3. Lepro trial*

    4. Trial Jadassohn

    5. No correct answer

    381. Which of the provisions are considered correct



    1. Type of tuberculosis a negative test

    2. Lepromatous negative test

    3. Undifferentiated type trial

    4. Lepromatous type – negative*

    5. No correct answer

    382. Specify which considered contagious skin disease



    1. Scabies*

    2. psoriasis

    3. Pink zoster Gibert

    4. Dermatitis Duhring

    5. No correct answer

    383. Specify zveno in the epidemiological chain of the disease Borowski



    1. Wand Hansen

    2. Leishmania *

    3. cattle

    4. Fleas

    5. No correct answer

    384. Specify the reservoir of infection in the leishmaniasis



    1. Ground Squirrels*

    2. Mosquitoes and fleas

    3. Leishmania

    4. Cockroaches

    5. No correct answer

    385. List the basic preventive measures when

    leishmaniasis


    1. Disinfection of the premises and linen

    2. Timely detection and treatment of patients*

    3. The destruction of stray dogs

    4. Immunizations

    5. No correct answer

    386. What laboratory and instrumental methods of diagnosis

    are used for the diagnosis of tuberculosis of the skin


    1. Trial Jadassohn

    2. Smearimprint

    3. Research on the LEcells

    4. Sample Pirke*

    5. No correct answer

    387. Specify the localized forms of tuberculosis of the skin



    1. Papulonecrotic

    2. Vulgar lupus*

    3. Indurative

    4. Miliary

    5. No correct answer

    388. What are the current stage of psoriasis:



    1. Latent

    2. Incubation

    3. Progressive*

    4. A progressive

    389. Specify the most frequent localization of sites on the skin

    psoriatic lesions:


    1. skin on the face

    2. Extensor surfaces of the lower extremities*

    3. Flexor surfaces of the upper extremities

    4. Leather back

    5. No correct answer

    390. clinical variants of psoriasis:



    1. Papular psoriasis

    2. Exfoliative psoriasis (leafshaped)

    3. Common psoriasis*

    4. Infiltrativesuppurative form

    5. No correct answer

    391. clinical variants of psoriasis:



    1. Disgidroticheskaya form

    2. Papules necrotic form

    3. Pustular psoriasis*

    4. Psoriatic lymphadenopathy

    5. No correct answer

    392. Call osobennno psoriatic plaques:



    1. In the central parts have umbilicated

    2. Papules covered with silverywhite scales*

    3. Covered with serous crusts

    4. Are placed are grouped (herpetiformis location)

    5. No correct answer

    393. What is included in the triad Auspittsa:



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