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21 May 2018

PG NEET Dermatology MCQs 18

PG NEET Dermatology MCQs 18

  1. True about atopic dermatitis is all except

1.pruritis
2. scratching
3. mica like scales
4. eczema

Ans (3)

2. Which of the following is not a naevus of melanocytes

  1. Mongolian spots
  2. nevus of ito
  3. nevus of ota
  4. becker nevus

Ans (4)

3. Koebner’s phenomenon is not seen in

  1. lichen planus
  2. lichen sclerosis
  3. erythema multiforme
  4. lichen simplex chronicus

Ans (4)

4. Itchy purple papule followed by hyperpigmentation resolution is seen in

  1. Addison’s disease
  2. DM
  3. hyperthyroidism
  4. lichen planus

Ans (4)

5. In pemphigus vulgaris, blisters are located in

  1. sub epidermal
  2. Intra epidermal
  3. subdermal
  4. sub fascial

Ans (2)

6. Loss of intracellular cohesions of keratinocytes is called as

  1. acanthosis
  2. acantholysis
  3. keratinolysis
  4. spongiosis

Ans (2)

7. Tzank cell is

  1. keratinocyte
  2. fibroblast
  3. neutrophil
  4. lymphocyte

Ans (1)

8. True about lepromatous leprosy

  1. only 3 cutaneous lesion
  2. lepromin test highly positive
  3. thickened nerve roots
  4. ENL in ›50% cases

Ans (3)

9. Dermatophytosis is not

  1. scaly
  2. itchy
  3. super fascial
  4. subdermal

Ans (4)

10. Oculoorogenital ulcers are a feature of

  1. Behcet syndrome
  2. lichen planus
  3. SLE
  4. psoriasis

Ans (1)

11. Dermatomyositis test of choice of

  1. CPK
  2. 24 hr urine creatine
  3. SGOT
  4. SGPT

Ans (1)

12. Hereditary angioneurotic edema false is

  1. C4 for screening
  2. deficiency of C1 inhibitor
  3. excessive production of C2 kinin
  4. C3 level is reduced

Ans (4)

13. Phrynoderma is not due to deficiency of

  1. EFA
  2. Vit A
  3. Vit C
  4. Vit D

Ans (4)

14, Maximum cumulative dose of isotretinoin shouldn’t exceed for acne treatment

  1. 30-60 mg/kg
  2. 60-90 mg/kg
  3. 90-120 mg/kg
  4. 120-150mg/kg

Ans (4)

15. Substance common in skin nail and hair is

  1. vimentin
  2. keratin
  3. laminin
  4. nectin

Ans (2)

16. Immune reactants deposited at dermo-epidermal junction in positive lupus test

  1. IgG only
  2. IgG with compliments
  3. IgM only
  4. IgG and IgM

Ans (2)

17. Stratum lucidum is present between which two layers

  1. corneum and granulosum
  2. granulosum and spinosum
  3. spinous and basal
  4. basal and subbasal

Ans (1)

18. Which species of Trichophyton is truly zoophilic

  1. T mentagrophytes
  2. T rubrum
  3. T violaceum
  4. T tonsurans

Ans (1)

19. Dermatopathic lymphadenopathy is seen in

  1. mycosis fungoides
  2. lymphoma
  3. viral infection
  4. melanoma

Ans (1)

20. Which of the following is not a component of sebum

  1. cholesterol
  2. wax
  3. glycerides
  4. propylene

Ans (4)

21. Variation in skin color is not due to

  1. number of melanocytes
  2. number of melanosomes
  3. production of melanin by melanocytes
  4. degradation of melanosomes

Ans (1)

22. Which of the following drug causes pigmentation of the skin

  1. minocycline
  2. penicillin
  3. furosemide
  4. amifostine

Ans (1)

23. Acanthosis involves

  1. Str spinosum
  2. Str granulosum
  3. Str basale
  4. Str corneum

Ans (1)

24. What is not true about erythema multiforme

  1. associated with H simplex
  2. involves distal part of extremities
  3. no vesicles
  4. target lesions

Ans (3)

25. Oil drop sign of nail is seen in

  1. lichen planus
  2. dermatophytes
  3. lupus vulgaris
  4. psoriasis

Ans (4)

26. 27-year-old pregnant female presents with the following lesion which is bilateral. Most likely diagnosis is

  1. lichen planus pigmentosus
  2. Addison’s disease
  3. melasma
  4. Riehl’s melanosis

Ans ( 3)

27. A child presents with lesions on the face as presented in the figure. What is the probable diagnosis

Image result for indeterminate leprosy picturesImage result for indeterminate leprosy histopathology

  1. lepromatous leprosy
  2. indeterminate leprosy
  3. P alba
  4. pityriasis rosea

Ans (2)

28. Tense bullae shown in figure are seen in

Image result for bullous pemphigoid

  1. pemphigus vulgaris
  2. pemphigus foliaceous
  3. bullous pemphigoid
  4. pemphigus vegetans

Ans (3)

29. A 15-year-old female patient presented with a history of severe itching, especially at night. There was a family history of similar symptoms. On examination, there were popular eruptions all over the body. Close examination also showed following S shaped burrows formation on wrists. Diagnosis is

Image result for scabies

  1. Tinea corporis
  2. scabies
  3. pyoderma
  4. none

Ans (2)

30. Identify the pathology depicted in the picture

Image result for alopecia areata

  1. alopecia areata
  2. anagen effluvium
  3. telogen effluvium
  4. androgenic alopecia

Ans (1)

31. The diagnosis in the given figure

Image result for allergic contact dermatitis

  1. allergic contact dermatitis
  2. mycosis fungoidosis
  3. fungal infection (dermatomyositis)
  4. none

Ans (1)

32. The diagnosis in the given figure

Image result for sturge weber syndrome

  1. NF 1
  2. NF 2
  3. tuberous sclerosis
  4. Sturge Weber syndrome

Ans (4)

33. Identify the given figure

Image result for molluscum contagiosum

  1. HSV infection
  2. molluscum contagiosum
  3. HPV  infection
  4. acne vulgaris

Ans (2)

34. A patient was taking steroid for some skin lesions and after stopping the drug he developed following skin lesions

Image result for erythrodermic psoriasis

  1. erythrodermic psoriasis
  2. lichen planus
  3. bullous pemphigoid
  4. herpes gestationalis

Ans (1)

35. Identify the given skin lesion

Image result for fixed drug eruption

  1. lichen planus
  2. erythrodermic psoriasis
  3. fixed drug eruption
  4. bullous pemphigoid

Ans (3)

36. A man had unprotected sex with a woman taking ciprofloxacin for some STD, The man has developed following leisons. The diagnosis is

Image result for chancroid

  1. syphilis
  2. LGV
  3. chancroid
  4. HSV infection

Ans (3)

37. A patient had flaccid bullae with oral lesion (shown in the image) The diagnosis is

Image result for pemphigus vulgarisImage result for pemphigus vulgaris

  1. erythema multiforme
  2. bullous pemphigoid
  3. pemphigus Vulgaris
  4. herpes zoster

Ans (3)

38. Identify the image

Image result for insect bite

  1. insect bite
  2. atopic dermatitis
  3. pemphigus
  4. darrier’s disease

Ans (1)

39. Multiple lesions in the figure is diagnostic of

Related image

  1. syphilis
  2. HSV infection
  3. chancroid
  4. LGV

Ans (2)

40. Following in the palm is a feature of

Image result for arsenic poisoning

  1. psoriasis
  2. arsenic poisoning
  3. lead poisoning
  4. mercury poisoning

Ans (2)

41. Following photo shows erythematous macules on palms, next investigation should be

Image result for erythematous macules on palms IN SYPHILIS

  1. VDRL
  2. serum cortisol
  3. skin biopsy
  4. blood sugar

Ans (1)

42. identify the pathology depicted in the image

Image result for atopic dermatitis

  1. atopic dermatitis
  2. cutaneous vasculitis
  3. hemangioma
  4. contact dermatitis

Ans (1)

43. Identify the phenomena depicted in the image in a patient with urticaria

Image result for dermographism

  1. dermographism
  2. Koebner phenomenon
  3. heliotrope sign
  4. Christmass tree apeearance

Ans (1)

44. Identify the pathology depicted in the image

Image result for acanthosis nigricans

  1. acanthosis nigricans
  2. dermatitis
  3. urticaria
  4. eczema

Ans (1)

45. Identify the pathology depicted in the image

Image result for contact leukoderma

  1. contact leukoderma
  2. vitiligo
  3. albinism
  4. fungal infection

Ans (1)

46. Identify the pathology depicted in the image

Image result for lupus vulgaris

  1. lupus vulgaris
  2. angiomatosis
  3. neurofibroma
  4. tuberculous Verrucous cutis

Ans (1)

47. Identify the pathology depicted in the image

Related image

  1. acne vulgaris
  2. acne rosacea
  3. SLE
  4. photosensitivity

Ans (2)

48. A patient presents with severe itching in the genital area. Identify the pathology

Related image

  1. Scabies
  2. herpes genitalis
  3. tenia curis
  4. infected sebaceous cyst

Ans (1)

49. Biopsy from the face lesion of this patient showed perineural invasion. What is the most probable diagnosis

Image result for lepromatous leprosy

  1. lepromatous leprosy
  2. tuberculoid leprosy
  3. anaphylaxis
  4. soft tissue sarcoma

Ans (1)

50. Patient presents with discharge per urethra and microscopy shows the presence of intracytoplasmic gram negative bacilli. What is the most probable diagnosis

Image result for gonorrhoea

  1. gonorrhoea
  2. donovanosis
  3. bacterial vaginosis
  4. syphilis

Ans (1)

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