Most Common Benign Lesions
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As compared to the young, Seborrheic Keratoses are _______ in the middle-aged and elderly.
Because of their suspicious appearance, SKs should always be treated.
Milia are primarily comprised of built-up __________.
Which of the following isn’t true of solar lentigines?
One of the most common precipitating factors of CNH is _____________.
The most common type of cysts that we see in dermatology are “sebaceous cysts”.
One of the most common beliefs about dermatofibromas is that they are the result of our body’s response to ____________.
The presence of a few random neurofibromas __________ that the patient has Neurofibromatosis.
Sebaceous hyperplasia is the term used to describe enlargement of the _________ gland(s).
The pigmentary changes seen in “IGH” are the result of _______________.
Lipomas can arise in both the subcutaneous space as well as beneath the muscles/fascia.
The diagnostic test in which clear glass is pressed against a lesion in order to better visualize its vascular structures is called __________.
Lesions which seem to be “hanging” (as if from a stalk) are described as being __________.
Which of the following doesn’t seem to influence the likelihood of skin tag formation?
Melanocytes seem to play a role in keloid formation.
Your supervising physician performs a follow-up evaluation of a BCC excision site on a patient’s back. He informs the patient that a “hypertrophic scar” has formed. After your SP leaves the room, the patient asks you if the scar “will ever get better”.
What would be the most appropriate response?
Even having just a few “cafe-au-lait” spots is a certain sign of genetic disease.