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Flashcards in Skin Therapeutics, Skin-Systemic Diseases, and UVRs Deck (61)
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1

1 FTU = __g

0.5

2

Drug: acute eruptions that necessitate relatively rapid amelioration

Clobetasol Priopionate 0.05%

3

Drug: Class 1 prototype

Clobetasol Priopionate 0.05%

4

Drug: Class 4 prototype

Triamcinolone 0.1%

5

Drug: Class 7 prototype

Hydrocortisone 2.5%

6

Drug: effective against most moderate spongiotic dermatoses involving the trunk and extremities

Triamcinolone 0.1%

7

Drug: efficacious for mild eczema in children and adults

Hydrocortisone 2.5%

8

Drug: efficacious for treating dermatoses involving anatomic regions such as the face, intertriginous areas, or groin

Hydrocortisone 2.5%

9

Drug: not recommended for facial, intertriginous, or groin lesions

Triamcinolone 0.1% and Clobetasol Priopionate 0.05%

10

FTU adult male body

40

11

FTU for face and neck

2.5

12

FTU for foot

2

13

FTU for hand (front and back)

1

14

FTU for leg

6

15

FTU for one arm

3

16

FTU for trunk

3.5

17

Immunosuppressive effects of UV damage (3)

Decrease in Langerhans cells, Inhibitory cytokines, Decreased T cell activation

18

Koilonychia can be a sign of ______ deficiency.

iron

19

Lichen planus is associated with _______ infection.

Hepatitis C

20

Major skin defense against UVR

melanin

21

Porphyria cutanea tarda is associated with ______ infection.

Hepatitis B and C

22

Pyoderma gangrenosum is commonly associated with _____.

IBD

23

Skin finding associated with: Diabetes mellitus (insulin intolerance), endocrinopathies, drug reactions (rare), cancer

Acanthosis Nigricans

24

Skin finding associated with: endocarditis (3)

splinter hemorrhages in nails, Janeway lesions, Osler nodes

25

Skin finding associated with: Marfan Syndrome

Decreased subcutaneous fat

26

Skin finding associated with: Neurofibromatosis

Neurofibromas, café au lait spots

27

Skin finding associated with: Parkinson Disease, head trauma, HIV

Seborrheic dermatitis

28

Skin finding associated with: PHACES syndrome

large hemangioma of the face and neck

29

Skin finding associated with: Pulmonary hypertension with possible pericarditis (3)

Thickened skin over hands and fingers, skin tightening around mouth, Raynaud syndrome

30

Skin finding associated with: sarcoidosis (development of pulmonary fibrosis) (3)

Hyperpigmented plaques, erosive and ulcerated plaques, granulomatous reaction in tattoos