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Which of the following areas lacks blood vessels and nerves?
What is a raised, thin-walled lesion containing clear fluid called?
Which of the following is a common effect of a type I hypersensitivity response to ingested substances?
What change occurs in the skin with psoriasis?
Which of the following best describes the typical lesion of psoriasis?
Why do secondary infections frequently develop in pruritic lesions?
Which disease is considered an autoimmune disorder?
Which of the following skin lesions are usually caused by Staphylococcus aureus?
Which of the following statements applies to impetigo?
What is the common signal that a recurrence of herpes simplex infection is developing?
Herpes virus is usually spread by all of the following EXCEPT:
How are antiviral drugs effective in treating a viral infection?
Tinea capitis is an infection involving the:
Which of the following statements regarding acute necrotizing fasciitis is TRUE?
Which type of microbe causes Tinea infections?
What causes the pruritus associated with scabies?
What is the major predisposing factor to squamous cell carcinoma?
All of the following statements apply to malignant melanoma EXCEPT:
Which of the following factors has contributed to the increased incidence of Kaposis sarcoma?
Which of the following applies to actinic keratoses?
Which lesion distinguishes Tinea corporis?
Systemic effects of acute necrotizing fasciitis include:
The cause of contact dermatitis can often be identified by:
The pathological change associated with scleroderma is:
Choose the best description of the typical lesion of impetigo.
Choose the correct match of the skin condition and its usual location.
Leprosy (Hansens disease) is caused by: