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16 Cards in this Set

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Young, yellow greasy scale, on face between eye brows, infant and adult version / How to treat
Seborrheic Dermatitis /Topical Keratolytics
Usually in infants, lichenification
Atopic Dermatitis / Lotion and corticosteroids
Old People, Precancerous UV lesion, plaques
Actinic Keratoses / Chemical peels, 5-FU, cryotherapy
Ulceration from venous insufficiency or hypertension
Stasis Dermatitis / Leg elevation, compression therapy
Old People, Flushing, papules, pustules erythema in face
Rosacea / Depends on type but topical or oral
Deeper tissue destruction, crusting, necrosis
Typical Streptococcus pyogenes, fast progression, predisposed host
Deep diffuse infection, possible fever
Surface infection with honey colored crust
autoimmune blistering, intrapeidermal basal layer, IgG against keratinocytes
Pemphigus vulgaris
milder variety fo pemphigus, intrapeidermal top subcorneal layer
Pemphigus foliaceous
Elderly patients, IgG in basement membrane subepidermal, no mucosal, linear direct immunofluorescence
Bullous pemphigoid
Autoimmue IgA, from gluten sensitivity, subepiderminal, butt and elbows, not linear direct immunoflourescence
Dermatitis herpetiformis
What test is used to determine if herpies ?
Tzanck smear for multinucleated giant cells
large DNA poxvirus
Molluscum contagiosum
Uneven on both sides, not symmetrical
Contact dermatitis