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PG NEET Dermatology MCQs 15

PG NEET Dermatology MCQs 15

  1. Dennie Morgans fold is seen in

1.ear
2. eyelid
3. mouth
4. pharynx

Ans (2)

2. Fungus causing skin hair and nail infection is

  1. T rubrum
  2. E floculosum
  3. M canis
  4. M auonii

Ans (1)

3. Pterygium of nail is seen in

  1. lichen planus
  2. psoriasis
  3. tinea ungium
  4. alopecia aerata

Ans (1)

4. Steroids are contraindicated in all except

  1. hypersensitivity
  2. herpes simplex
  3. eczema
  4. pyoderma

Ans (3)

5. Cervical warts is seen with which HPV

  1. 11,13
  2. 6.11
  3. 17,18
  4. 5,8

Ans (2)

6. Linear discontinuation of skin is seen in

  1. ulcers
  2. excoriations
  3. erosions
  4. fissure

Ans (4)

7. 8-year-old boy has an itchy rash all over the body, all family members are affected. What is the drug of choice

  1. ivermectin
  2. topic permethrin
  3. prednisolone
  4. antibiotic

Ans (2)

8. Munro’s micro abscess is seen in

  1. psoriasis
  2. DLE
  3. lichen planus
  4. myositis fungoids

Ans (1)

9. A patient came with recurrent oral and genital ulcers with acne like lesions on the trunk. The possible diagnosis is

  1. lichen planus
  2. Behcet’s disease
  3. pyoderma gangrnosum
  4. sweets’s syndrome

Ans (2)

10. Busche’s ollendorf sign is seen in

  1. gonorrhoea
  2. congenital syphilis
  3. secondary syphilis
  4. herpes genitalis

Ans (4)

11. Salt and pepper skin is seen in

  1. dermatomyositis
  2. SLE
  3. scleroderma
  4. syphilis

Ans (3)

12. Apple jelly nodules on the nasal septum are found in case of

  1. tuberculosis
  2. syphilis
  3. lupus vulgaris
  4. rhinoscleroma

Ans (3)

13. Herald patch is caused by

  1. pityriasis rosacea
  2. psoriasis
  3. lichen planus
  4. P versicolor

Ans (1)

14. Localized scleroderma is

  1. shagreen patch
  2. morphea
  3. heliotrope erythema
  4. Gottron’s papule

Ans (2)

15. Asboe Hansen sign is negative in

  1. pemphigus vulgaris
  2. bullous pemphigoid
  3. SJS
  4. SSSS

Ans (4)

16. An immune compromised patient presents with meningitis and umbilicated papules in his body. On microscopy budding yeasts are seen, The diagnosis is

  1. molluscum contagiosum
  2. histoplasmosis
  3. coccidiomycosis
  4. cryptococcosis

Ans (4)

17. Pigment dilution  is not seen in

  1. homocystinuria
  2. psoriasis vulgaris
  3. phenylketonuria
  4. Menke’s kinky hair syndrome

Ans (2)

18. A patient presents with painful vesicles in ear and tongue. He is also complaining of facial weakness and hearing loss. Diagnosis is

  1. fungal infection
  2. chicken pox
  3. Ramsay Hunt syndrome
  4. none

Ans (3)

19. Histological feature of lichen planus is

  1. acanthosis
  2. interphase dermatitis
  3. non specific
  4. basal cell degeneration

Ans (4)

20. A pregnant patient comes with itchy hand lesions as shown Her husband also gets it. The best treatment that can be given is

  1. permethrin
  2. ivermectin
  3. GBH
  4. benzyl benzoate

Ans (1)

21. A child presenting with localized patches of complete hair loss with normal appearing scalp the diagnosis is

  1. tinea captis
  2. cradle cap
  3. alopecia areata
  4. telogen effluvium

Ans (3)

22. Saw tooth rate ridges are seen in

  1. erythrasma
  2. psoriasis
  3. darier’s disease
  4. lichen planus

Ans (4)

23. Target lesion in acral area is seen in

  1. Steven Johnson
  2. erythema multiforme
  3. TEN
  4. lichen planus

Ans (2)

24. Not a primary skin disease

  1. lichen planus
  2. psoriasis
  3. Reiter’s disease
  4. vitiligo

Ans (3)

25. Melanocytes are located in which layer

  1. stratum Malpighi
  2. stratum basale
  3. stratum corneum
  4. stratum granulosum

Ans (2)

26. Coarse pitting of nails is seen in

  1. psoriatic arthritis
  2. dermatitis herpetiformis
  3. bullous pemphigoid
  4. pemphigus Vulgaris

Ans (1)

27. Lucio reaction is seen in

  1. TB
  2. leprosy
  3. syphilis
  4. LGV

Ans (2)

28. Norwegian scabies is seen in

  1. children
  2. pregnant women
  3. patients on chemotherapy
  4. infants

Ans (3)

29. Not a histological feature of lichen planus is

  1. acanthosis
  2. interface dermatitis
  3. neutrophils in the stratum
  4. pigment incontinence

Ans (3)

30. Drug not causing exanthematous skin eruption

  1. phenytoin
  2. hydrocortisone
  3. ampicillin
  4. phenylbutazone

Ans (2)

31. Vagabond’s disease is caused by

  1. scabies
  2. herpes genitalis
  3. pediculosis corporis
  4. anti bite reaction

Ans (3)

32. Antibody against BP230 and BP180 is seen in

  1. pemphigus Vulgaris
  2. bullous pemphigoid
  3. dermatitis herpetiformis
  4. linear IgA disease

Ans (2)

33. Disease of sweat gland is

  1. Fordyce’s spot
  2. acne vulgaris
  3. none
  4. Fox Fordyce’s disease

Ans (4)

34. A 22-year-old patient developed itch wheals after physical exertion, walking in the sun, eating hot spicy food and when he is angry. The most likely diagnosis is

  1. solar urticaria
  2. cholinergic urticaria
  3. chronic idiopathic urticaria
  4. heat urticaria

Ans (2)

35. Dry ice is

  1. methyl hydrate
  2. liquid nitrogen
  3. solid carbon dioxide
  4. frozen water

Ans (3)

36. Tomb stone appearance is seen in

  1. bullous pemphigoid
  2. pemphigus Vulgaris
  3. linear IgA disease
  4. dermatitis herpetiformis

Ans (2)

37. Eccrine glands are involved in

  1. bromhidrosis
  2. milliria
  3. hidradenitis suppurativa
  4. Fox Fordyce’s disease

Ans (2)

38. Obliteration of apocrine duct leads to

  1. Fordyce’s disease
  2. Fox Fordyce’s disease
  3. Moll’s gland
  4. pearly benign papules

Ans (2)

39. Coral red color on wood lamp is seen in

  1. P versicolor
  2. amyloidosis
  3. melasma
  4. erythrasma

Ans (4)

40. Not a feature of scabies

  1. burrows are seen in stratum corneum
  2. itching is more severe at night
  3. family history is found
  4. fever is a common finding

Ans (4)

41. Heavy bacterial colonization of tongue presents as

  1. smooth tongue
  2. fissured tongue
  3. black tongue
  4. median rhomboid glossitis

Ans (3)

42. DRESS syndrome is associated with all except

  1. drug reaction
  2. eosinophilia
  3. myocarditis
  4. none

Ans (4)

43. Wavelength of carbon dioxide laser is

  1. 1064 nm
  2. 1082nm
  3. 2940 nm
  4. 10600 nm

Ans (4)

44. Koebner’s phenomenon is seen in

  1. acne vulgaris
  2. pemphigus Vulgaris
  3. psoriasis
  4. ichthyosis

Ans (3)

45. Linear deposition of IgG and C3 are in lumina Lucida is seen in

  1. dermatitis herpetiformis
  2. pemphigus Vulgaris
  3. pemphigus foliaceous
  4. bullous pemphigoid

Ans (4)

46. Pigmented lesion in skin and not in mouth is seen in

  1. Cushing syndrome
  2. Addison’s disease
  3. Peutz Jegers
  4. none

Ans (4)

47. Desmosomes are helpful in connecting

  1. keratinocytes
  2. melanocytes
  3. dermis and epidermis
  4. Langerhans cells

Ans (1)

48. In sebaceous glands accumulation of sebum leads to

  1. milia
  2. acne
  3. epidermoid cyst
  4. milliria

Ans (2)

49. Not true about skin tag

  1. associated with seborrheic keratosis
  2. pedunculated
  3. most common site is neck and axilla
  4. premalignant

Ans (4)

50. Spider telangiectasia false is

  1. more common in males
  2. can be caused by trauma
  3. light therapy for the treatment
  4. may be associated with liver disease

Ans (1)

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