Flashcards in Derm Deck (31):
strep pyogenes, staph epidermis, staph aureus, and cornyebacterium deptheroids are normal _______ of the skin
pediculus humanus capitis (scalp) and phthirus pubis (pubic/crabs) are ______. Found on the hair shaft.
permethrin is used for ____
sarcoptes scabiei is _______ and is skin to skin transmission
permethrin is used for lice and _______. repeat in 1 week.
viral infection of skin and mucous membranes is ______ ______. Transmitted ____ to ____. More common in children. From the _____ virus.
molluscum contagiousum (DNA virus)
skin to skin
_____ and ______ are classic signs of chickenpox. Head to toe.
fever and rash
________ for shingles, support for chickenpox
acyclovir (only within 72 hrs)
HPV warts (_______ virus) Can use ________ for treatment.
DNA papova virus
Measles are an ____ virus from the family ______. Highly contagious. Incubation is 1 week.
Prodromal phase (fever, malaise, itchy eyes, cough) and exanthem phase (fever, cough, rash) occur in _________. Will self resolve.
Mumps (RNA, paramyxo) is _____, systemic, communicable. _______ phase of malaise. ____ gland swelling is classic.
treatment for mumps is ______ and acetaminophen, prednisone
Rubella is a _____ causing a rash, from the _____viridae. Treatment is ______
erythema infectiousum (_____ ____) is a ______ DNA virus. "slap cheek". Treatment is _______
inflammation of the dermis and subcutaneous tissue is _________ (typically strep)
if abscess is hard, use hot packs or soaks. If not, incision and ____.
For cellulitis and abscess, use ______ for antibiotics
bullous impetigo is ____ ____, and nonbulous (honey crusting) is staph aureus or beta hemolytic ____
topical _______ treats impetigo
mupirocin (and systemic cephalexin)
bacteria from infected tick is ______, blanching macular pink _____ is classic on ankles/wrist/forearms
rickettsia rickettsii (rocky mountain spotted fever)
treat rickettsia rickettsii with ______
staph aureus, strep pyogenes and strep agalactiae may cause secondary infection of ____ ____
diabetic foot ulcer
inflammation of the nail fold is ______. Staph aureus, HSV, and candida
paronychia can be associated with an ingrown _____
paronychia can be ____ or bacterial
a painless ulcer occurs in ______ syphilis (treponema pallidus). This is a _____
treat syphilis with ________. use doxycyclin if they are ______
lyme disease, which is borrelia burgdorferi, has ___ stages and a classic lesion.
"bullseye" of lyme disease is called __________