Week 3 Chronic Inflam. - Westra Flashcards Preview

Skin/ Musculoskeletal > Week 3 Chronic Inflam. - Westra > Flashcards

Flashcards in Week 3 Chronic Inflam. - Westra Deck (25):
1

Identify

Psoriasis

Sharply demarcated erythema usually with a thick micaceous scale, auspitz sing, and koebner phenomenon

Punch Biopsy to confirm diagnosis

Types: Chronic, inverse, and guttate (rare), pustular

Chronic= most common = palques on scalp, elbows, knees, presacral, nails, palms and soles

2

Identify

psoriasis

3

Identify

psorasis

4

Identify

psorasis

5

Identify

psorasis inverse type

 

Found in gluteal fold, axilllae, glands of penis

scale may not appear

harder to diagnose

6

Identify

psoriasis guttate type

eruptive trunkal dermatosis

Post strep infection

usually childhood, tends to resolve and not reoccur

 

7

Identify

psorasis pustular

life threatening

localized, hand and foot form

8

Identify

psoraiasis pustular type

9

Identify

psoriasis pustular

10

Identify

onycholysis in patient with psoriasis = seperation of the nail from the nail bed

11

Identify

lichen planus

Chronic inflammatory, autoimmune disease

Mostly in females ages 30-60

Wickham's stria = lacy, reticular, white lines

12

Identify

Lichen planus linear

13

Identify

lichen planus linear

14

Identify

annular lichen planus

15

Identify

Hypertrophic lichen planus

16

Oral lichen planus forms

can occur by itself or with classical LP

Tender red patches especially buccal mucosa with Wickham's striae that does not wipe off like thrush

17

Identify

oral lichen planus with wickham striae on buccal mucosa

18

Identify

Acute lupus erythematosus

Photosensitive pattern of erythema

Butterfly rash across the nose and the cheeks

May become bullous

Lab test to confirm: ANA

19

Identify

acute lupus erythematosus

20

Identify

subacute cutaneous lupus

erythematous and usually scaling rash of upper trunk and extensory surfaces (kind of looks like psoriasis plaques)

21

What is auspitz sign?

bleed when rubbing on scales

22

What is koebner phenomenon

occurs in site of previous trauma

23

Compilcations of psoriasis?

Depression, anxiety, sexual dysfunction, poor self-esteem, suicidal thoughts

Increased risk of non-melanoma skin cancers

psoriatic arthritis

24

What are the 6 Ps of lichen planus?

Planar (flat topped)

Purple

Polygonal

Pruritic

Papules

Plaques

25

What is Raynauds Syndrome?

Associated with Systemic Lupus Erythematosus

fingers turn totally white, then blue/reddish and then back to normal, vasoconstriction problem, painful