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Dermatology Part1 Paed

1. Regarding the skin lesions


A. Bullous impetigo is
commoner than non
Bullous impetigo
B. Strawberry naevus heals
from the margin
C. Blockage of a sebaceous
gland causes acne
2. Vasulitic rash seen in
A. Dengue hemorrhagic
fever
B. Meningococcemia
C. SLE
D. Papular urticaria
E. Ataxia telangectasia
3. Incontinentia pigmenti
A. In the vesicular phase
lcucocytosis is present
B. Microcephaly
C. Convulsions known to
occur
D. Hypopigmencntation is
recognized
4. Incontinentia pigmenti
A. X linked dominant
B. Axilla & groin not affected
C. Skin manifestations not
present at birth
D. Microphthalmia
E. Aloperca
5. Incontentiapigmenti(2010)
A. Increase leucocytosis in
blistering phase
B. Hypopigmented patches
is a characteristic feature
C. Malignant
myelocyticleukaemia is a
risk
D. Majority are mentally
retarded

E. Associated with seizures


6. These are known
associations(2004)
A. Ataxia telengectasia- Skin
malignancy
B. Fanconisanaemia- AML
C. Xerodermapigmentosamelanoma
D. Marfan syndromeRhabdomyosarcoma
E. AnaphylactoidpurpuraThrombocytopaenia
7. Alopecia areata(1999)
A. Associated with auto
immune thyroid disease
B. Has short hair shaft
markings at the margins
C. ?irreversible ... scaring
D. Associated with Downs
syndrome
E. Multiple episodes
associated with poor
prognosis
8. Following are associated
A. Cavernous haemangioma
& Kasabach merit
syndrome
B. Erythema nodosum &
histoplasmosis
C. Hypopigmented patches &
tetralogy of fallots
D. Seborrhoec dermatitis &
langerhan cell
histiocytosis
E. Gianotti-Crosti Syndrome
& hepatitis B
9. In childhood eczema ? (Rx
methods)