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Psoriasis Quiz


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Identify the psoriasis

A. Plaque psoriasis

B. Guttate psoriasis


Guttate psoriasis

A. Lesions looks like coin

B. Lesions looks like drops

C. Lesions looks like scaly plaques


Vitamin D analogues are not used witu calcium supplements

A. Hypernatremia

B. Hypercalcemia

C. Hyperkalemia


Identify the psoriasis

A. Guttate

B. Pustular

C. Erythrodermic


Anthracene deivatives

A. Inhibit DNA replication

B. Interfere energy production

C. Both A and B


PUVA therapy includes

A. Psorlens and UVB

B. Polymoer UVA

C. Polyene UVB


Formation of new lesions of psoriasis due to injury to skin is known as

A. Kebned phenomenon

B. Koebner phenomenon

C. Kolybrs phenomenon

D. None of the above


Salicylic acid is a

A. Emollient

B. Keratolytic

C. Anthracene derivatives


Psoriasis is…..

A. Autoimmune disease

B. Autolytic disease

C. Autonomous disease


Calcipotriol

A. Emollients

B. Anthracene derivatives

C. Keratolytics

D. Vitamin D analogues


Full form of PASI

A. Psoriasis area indexing services

B. Psoarisis affected indexing score

C. Psoriasis area indexing scores

D. All of the above


The gene involved in psoriasis

A. PSORS1

B. TNM2

C. PSUR9

D. ALL OF THE ABOVE




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