Author: Neelam Maurya

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A 5 years old girl presented with lesion on the face for the last 3 months. A skin biopsy was performed and the findings are shown below. What is the diagnosis?

A. Squamous cell carcinoma

B. Squamous papilloma with central crater

C. Molluscum contagiosum

D. Herpes zoster

 

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A 11 years old child presented with itchy and 11 per-pigmented plaques in cubital and popliteal fossa as shown below. Most probable diagnosis is

A. Atopic dermatitis

B. Psoriasis

C. Solar keratosis

D. Pemphigus vulgaris

 

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Identify the following congenital lesion on face

A. Hematoma

B. Melanoacanthoma

C. Epidermal verrucous nevi

D. Congenital melanocytic nevus

 

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A young girl presented to the OPD with patchy hair loss for 2 weeks as shown below. There was no scarring or erythema. What is the likely cause?

A. Telogen effluvium

B. Alopecia areata

C. Trichotillomania

D. Tinea capitis

 

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A child presented with scaly plaques on head with itching, mild discharge and hair loss. What investi-gation should be done next?

A. KOH mount

B. Gram stain

C. Tzanck smear

D. Slit skin preparation

 

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A histopathological image of the skin biopsy of a patient given below is suggestive of:

A. Leprosy

B. Lichen planus

C. Pemphigus vulgaris

D. Psoriasis

 

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A middle-aged lady presented to the OPD with painful blisters on the skin and oral mucosa. Direct immuno fluorescence was done as shown below. All the following are true about the disease pathogenesis except?

A. Due to IgG against Desmoglein-1

B. Intercellular deposits of IgG and C3

C. Due to IgG against hemidesmosomes

D. Due to IgG against Desmoglein-3

 

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A 37 year old female patient presented with very itchy annular scaly erythematous plaques in inframammary folds. She applied a steroid cream over it after which it started spreading towards periphery. Following is the picture of the lesion. Most likely diagnosis is?

A. Tinea corporis

B. Candidiasis

C. Inverse psoriasis

D. P.versicolor

 

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Identify the condition?

A. Erythema multiforme

B. Palmo-planter psoriasis

C. Secondary syphilis

D. Contact dermatitis

 

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A child after taking medicine for fever presented with following picture. Most likely diagnosis of the following is?

A. Erythema multiforme

B. Impetigo contagiosa

C. Steven johnson syndrome

D. Staphylococcal scalded skin syndrome

 

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