Common Rashes and Conditions Pt II
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Those who are ____ are at greater risk of experiencing complications due to Pityriasis Rosea.
It’s generally considered that Pityriasis Rosea is caused by infection of human herpesvirus 6, 7, or 8.
A patient is here today for a skin exam. While he’s here, he mentions that he has noticed an occasional itch on his upper back between the right shoulder blade and his spine. His wife has never noticed any visible rash in the area.
What is the most likely cause of his symptoms?
What does “nummular” mean?
Patients who have been diagnosed with Perioral Dermatitis should avoid __________.
Pityriasis Alba is essentially a mild form of Vitiligo.
The “herald patch” of Pityriasis Rosea occurs ________ the onset of widespread inflammation.
Once a patient has had Pityriasis Rosea once, they usually don’t ever have it again during their lifetime.
Which of the following wouldn’t help prevent the inflammation of Pseudofilliculitis?
Seborrheic Dermatitis tends to affect skin which is ____ in sebaceous gland activity.
Which of the following isn’t likely to exacerbate Stasis Dermatitis?
The discoloration caused by Tinea Versicolor resolves immediately after treatment.
In most patients, the underlying cause of Urticaria is ___________.
Which of the following is the only consistently effective treatment for Vitiligo?