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Eczema Quiz


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Duration of corticosteroid therapy for eczema

A. 2 weeks

B. 1 month

C. Lifelong

D. 2 months


Identify the eczema type

A. Stasis eczema

B. Asteotic eczema

C. Contact dermatitis


Mandatory diagnostic criterion of Atopic dermatitis according to United Kingdom working party

A. Hyperparakeratosis

B. Acanthiosis

C. Itchy rashes

D. Atopy history


Adjuvant therapy of eczema includes Except

A. Phototherapy

B. Antibiotics

C. Antihistamine

D. MTX


True or false: The irritant contact dermatitis is not related to immunological mechanism

A. TRUE

B. FALSE


True or false: Wet wrap method helps in relieving eczema and persisting topical agents

A. TRUE

B. FALSE


Identify the clinical manifestation of eczema

A. Ichthysosis

B. White dermographism

C. Palmar hyperlinearity

D. None of the above


4th line agent of eczema

A. Biologicals

B. Prednisolone

C. Phototherapy

D. Dexamethasone


First line agent of eczema

A. Topical calcineurin inhibitors

B. Corticosteroid

C. Emollients

D. MTX


Identify the clinical signs of Atopic eczema

A. Palmar hyperlinearity

B. Lichenfication

C. Both a and b


Venous insufficiency can leads to

A. Atopic dermatitis

B. Statsis eczema

C. Discoid eczema

D. Irritant contact dermatitis


Patient with Discoid eczema lesions are looks like

A. Coin shaped

B. Malar

C. Coil shaped




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