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DERMATOLOGY MCQS – Exercise 30

The multiple choice questions in this online test paper focuses on DERMATOLOGY MCQ. If you are looking for self evaluation of your PG Medical entrance exam preparation then this online DERMATOLOGY MCQ Test Paper will help you to evaluate your exam preparation.

Instruction for REPRODUCTIVE BIOLOGY/ REPRODUCTIVE MEDICINE / INFERTILITY MCQs:

1- This online MCQ practice test paper contains 30 questions.
2- Each question in this online practice test paper have four options and only 1 option is correct.
3- You can view the answers of this practice test paper after submitting the practice test paper.
Note: The answers mentioned at the end of practice test are the best suitable option as per our knowledge. Users shall cross-check the answers with their textbooks.

Q 1. therapy of chancroid in pregnancy is

 
 
 
 

Q 2. a male comes with a single painless ulcer , in how many weeks it will heal spontaneously

 
 
 
 

Q 3. most common form of drug rash is

 
 
 
 

Q 4. Most common cause of Ecthyma Gangrenosum is :

 
 
 
 

Q 5. all are seen in LGV except

 
 
 
 

Q 6. A 56-year-old man has painful weeping rashes over the upper eyelid and forehead for the last two days along with ipsilateral acute punctate keratopathy. One-year back, he had chemotherapy for non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma. There is no other abnormality. Which of the following is the most likely diagnosis?

 
 
 
 

Q 7. most common form of herpes genitalis is

 
 
 
 

Q 8. Bockhart’s impetigo refers to

 
 
 
 

Q 9. the viral shedding in primary stage of herpes is for

 
 
 
 

Q 10. Which of the following drugs has been known to cause pyogenic granuloma?

 
 
 
 

Q 11. pemphigus vulgaris is caused by

 
 
 
 

Q 12. amyloid seen in nodular amyloidosis

 
 
 
 

Q 13. DRESS syndrome is associated with all except

 
 
 
 

Q 14. Most common skin infection in children is:

 
 
 
 

Q 15. diagnostic of macular amyloidosis

 
 
 
 

Q 16. most common cause of acneiform eruption in India is

 
 
 
 

Q 17. direct immunofluorescence in lichen planus shows

 
 
 
 

Q 18. all are seen in nail of lichen planus

 
 
 
 

Q 19. bullous pemphigoid like eruption is caused by

 
 
 
 

Q 20. Henderson Peterson Bodies are seen in

 
 
 
 

Q 21. pock like scarring is seen in

 
 
 
 

Q 22. reticular lesions are found in

 
 
 
 

Q 23. Which of the following is a well recognised nail change that may occur with chemotherapy:

 
 
 
 

Q 24. pellagra like eruption is caused by

 
 
 
 

Q 25. friable bleeding ulcers are seen in

 
 
 
 

Q 26. A 29-year-old man complains of a rash on his chest. He has no other associated symptoms and there is no pain or pruritus. It has grown slowly over the past 4 months. He is monogamous in a homosexual relationship and has never been tested for HIV infection. He smokes tobacco occasionally. He takes no medications. On physical examination, he has no other lesions and no lymphadenopathy. Which of the following conditions do you expect this patient to have?

 
 
 
 

Q 27. Bowen`s disease is caused by

 
 
 
 

Q 28. During a trip to Afghanistan, you are asked to see a young woman with the following lesion on her face. She is otherwise healthy and states that the lesion has been there for 3 weeks. Other family members have had similar lesions on their arms and feet. She has no shortness of breath, fevers, chills, or weight loss. This is the only lesion on her body. Based on local epidemiology and light microscopy of a skin biopsy, you diagnose leishmaniasis. What is the mode of transmission of this parasite?

 
 
 
 

Q 29. The intranuclear inclusion bodies of HSV is:

 
 
 
 

Q 30. The patient you are evaluating has had the rash on her face gradually grow over the last 6 weeks. She complains of only slight pruritus but is mostly concerned about her appearance. The lesions are not painful. Her past medical history is unremarkable and on review of systems she has dandruff. All of the following historic features are likely except

 
 
 
 


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