AKs and Dysplastic Nevi
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If/When an AK turns into a skin cancer, it turns in a _________.
If/When a dysplastic nevus turns into a skin cancer, it turns in a _________.
While assisting your supervising physician, you are asked to document that a total of 17 AKs were treated. If you were to spell it out (and not abbreviate), which of the following would be appropriate when describing these lesions?
UV-induced ___ damage is the primary cause of AK formation.
The exact risk of any one AK turning into skin cancer varies significantly from individual to individual.
Which of the following would be most appropriate for “field” treatment of AKs?
Which of the following isn’t a term that some will use to refer to dysplastic nevi?
A new patient is seen in the office today for a skin exam. She brought her records with her for review. She’s never had melanoma, but her mother has. When reviewing her past records, you notice that she’s been diagnosed with “Dysplastic Nevus Syndrome” by her previous dermatologist. And sure enough, your supervising physician confirms that diagnosis today.
At checkout, you hear the front desk say “it looks like they’ve got you down for PRN follow-up so just call us when you need us”. Is anything wrong with this scenario?
Most dysplastic nevi will never turn into melanoma.
Dermoscopy is a diagnostic technique most suitable for evaluating ______________.
Even having just a few dysplastic nevi places one at increased risk for melanoma.