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What is this?
Pustule
What is this?
Acne vulgaris
What is this
Acne rosacea
What is this?
Acne Congoblata
What is this?
Eczema
What is this?
Eczema
What is this?
Psoriasis
What is this?
Macule
What is this?
Eczema
What is this?
Macule
What is this?
Vesicle
What is this?
Macule
What is this?
Vescile
What is this?
Papule
What is this?
Nodule
What is this?
Telengieactasia
What is this?
Telengieactasia
What is this?
Scale
What is this?
Crusting
What is this?
Erosion
What is this?
Lichenification
What is this?
Atrophy
What is this?
Tinea
What is this?
Candida
What is this?
Herpes
What is this?
Systemic Lupus Erythematosus
Whiteheads, blackheads, papules, pustules, nodules and cysts.
Acne vulgaris
Large interconnected lesions--scarring
Acne congoblata
Abrupt onset of congoblata leads to _______ which is ulcerating nodules, fever and achy joints (AI)
Acne Fulminans
Fleas
Bubonic plaque
Ticks
Lyme disease
Mosquitoes
Malaria, West Nile Virus
Fly
Typhoid Fever, dysentary
Reddness, swelling, pruritis, hives, pain
Insect bite
What should a doctor worry about after treating an insect bite?
Secondary infection
Atopic dermatitis on the skin that is an allergic reaction
Eczema
Secondary infections from diseases like eczema are only deadly if the patient is _______.
Immunocompromised
Eczema is seen more commonly on _______surfaces
Flexor
Honey color, crusts and vesicles, super contagious
Impetigo
Psoriasis is seen more commonly on __________ surfaces
Exstensor
AI T-cell reaction to the skin, FHX, HIV, Hormones exacerbate. red skin with silvery scales, ELBOWS
Psoriasis
Punch out lesions in fingernails...
Psoriasis
Macule
small circular, FLAT, dif color
Vesicle
small RAISED filled with CLEAR fluid
Large vesicle
Bullae or blister
Pustule
RAISED lesion filled with PUS
Papule
SOLID RAISED lesion
What is a group of papules called?
Plaque
Nodule
SOLID lesion that is moveable to the area around it.
Fat filled
Nodule
Wheal
Skin elevation with itching
Telegieactasia
dilated blood vessels on surfaces of skin
Cyst
Fluid filled under the skin
Fissure
Crack in skin
Polyp
Skin tag
Stalk that polyp sits on..
Peduncule
Loss of dermis and possibly epidermis
Ulcer
Dry dead skin with flaking
Scales
Dried substance, blood, pus, scab
Crust
Loss of epidermis
Erosion
Discolored fibrous tissue, not functional
Scar
Rough epidermis
Lichenification
Wrinkled skin
Atrophy
What does ABCDE stand for and mean?
Asymmetry- symmetrical
Boder- Clear border
Color- one color
Diameter-no larger than pencil eraser
Elevation- no higher than pencil eraser
Ringworm, fungal infection, athlete's foot, jock itch, itching burning redness
Tinea
Candida
Yeast infection, pseudohyphe, thick white discharge, or gas an painful GI
HSV1
Oral
HSV2
Genital
Herpes Zoster
Chicken pox, varicella zoster, hangs out in ganglia cells, vesicles
Nerves that innervate the muscles
myotomes
Nerves that innervate the skin
dermatomes
Never crosses the midline
Varicella zoster
Fluish with vesicle rash
Herpes zoster
Infertility due to PID all caused by:
Chlamydia/trichomonas
Pain and spotting, usually asymptomatic in both male and female STD
Chlamydia
M- Urethral discharge
F- asymptomatic
Gonorrhea
Another name for genital warts,...
condyloma acuminatum
HPV has an incubation period of how long?
3 weeks to one year....mostly around 3 months
What strains of HPV lead to cervical cancer?
16, 18
Protozoal infection
Gray green frothy discharge
Fishy odor
Edema, pruritis
Trichomonas
Inflammatory AI disorder, can affect any/all systems, systemic, discoid-skin, Med induced, higher rates in F, 15-45, fever, weightloss, joint pain, swelling, alopecia, dry eyes,malar (butterfly) rash
Systemic lupus erythematosus
Pleural effusion
Arthritis
Lupus Nephritis
Heart problems
Raynauds phenomenon
Vegitations on heart valves
System lupus erythematosus