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125 TOP Dermatology Multiple Choice Questions and Answers

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1.    Which of the following would be prescribed for acne?
     A.    Actiq
     B.    Actonel
     C.    Accu-Check
     D.    Accutane
Ans: D  

2.    An absence of pigment in the skin is called
     A.    acanthosis nigricans
     B.    albinism
     C.    melanism
     D.    xanthoderma
Ans: B

3.    A burn which involves 2 layers of the skin and estroys the nerves and blood vessels, but does not go down to muscle or bone is a
     A.    first-degree burn
     B.    second-degree burn
     C.    third-degree burn
     D.    full-thickness burn
Ans: B

4.    Death of tissue associated with loss of blood supply to the affected area is called
     A.    cellulitis
     B.    eczema
     C.    gangrene
     D.    psoriasis
Ans: C

5.    An acute eruption of intensely itchy papules or wheals is called
     A.    acne vulgaris
     B.    pityriasis rosea
     C.    psoriasis
     D.    urticaria (hives.
Ans: D

6.    Moles with the potential to develop into malignant melanoma are
     A.    intradermal nevi
     B.    dysplastic nevi
     C.    giant nevi
     D.    verrucae
Ans: B

7.    The type of cyst contains yellowish sebum and is commonly found on the scalp, vulva, and scrotum.
     A.    papule
     B.    sebaceous cyst
     C.    ulcer
     D.    vesicle
Ans: B

8.    Excessive hair on the face or body, especially in women, is called:
     A.    albinism
     B.    atrichia
     C.    alopecia
     D.    hirsutism
Ans: D

9.    The half-moon shaped, white area located at the base of a fingernail is called the
     A.    basal layer
     B.    cuticle
     C.    lunula
     D.    stratum
Ans: C

10.    An epidermal growth caused by a virus (wart.) is called a
     A.    impetigo
     B.    melanoma
     C.    nevus
     D.    verruca
Ans: D

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