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PG NEET Dermatology MCQs 24

PG NEET Dermatology MCQs 24

  1. Acanthosis is characterized by

1.increased thickness of str spinosum
2. loss of adhesions between keratocytes
3. presence of nuclei in stratum corneum
4. thickening of stratum corneum

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2. A 12-month-old baby presented with erythematous lesions on cheek itchy papules and vesicles on arm and trunk mother is a known case of asthma likely diagnosis is

  1. neurodermatitis
  2. contact dermatitis
  3. atopic dermatitis
  4. seborrheic dermatitis

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3. Earliest lost in Hansen’s disease

  1. pain
  2. cold
  3. hot
  4. touch

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4. Grenz zone is absent in

  1. TT
  2. BT
  3. BB
  4. LL

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5. A lady attends to the OPD with 4 children with C/O severe itching in the evening. The possible diagnosis is

  1. P corporis
  2. T corporis
  3. Scabies
  4. folliculitis

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6. Mechanism of action of psolaren

  1. binding to DNA base pair
  2. inhibiting protein synthesis
  3. inhibiting angiogenesis
  4. inhibiting keratinization

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7. Wickham’s stria corresponds to histological finding in LP

  1. saw toothing of rete ridges
  2. basal cell degeneration
  3. hypergranulosis
  4. parakeratosis

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8. Bullous pemphigoid is most commonly associated with

  1. desmoglein 3
  2. desmoglein 1
  3. BP 1 antigen
  4. BP 2 antigen

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9. Darrier sign seen in urticarial pigmentosa is elicited by stroking the skin in

  1. lesional skin
  2. Non-lesional skin
  3. both
  4. none

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10. Chancre redux is

  1. recurrence of a primary sore throat at its original site
  2. any lesion at the site of healed primary lesion
  3. primary chancre at the extra genital site
  4. another name of soft sore

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11. Herpes gestationalis

  1. caused by HSV during pregnancy
  2. vesiculo bullous disorder during pregnancy
  3. caused by VZV during pregnancy
  4. none

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12. Photo onycholysis is seen as an adverse effect of

  1. phenytoin
  2. chlorpromazine
  3. chloramphenicol
  4. demeclocycline

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13. True about acne Vulgaris is a/e

  1. a common disorder of pilosebaceous disorder
  2. familial tendencies
  3. DOC of severe nodulocystic acne is retinoids
  4. steroids induced acne is polymorphic

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14. 5 yr old male with multiple hyper pigmented macules over the trunk. On rubbing the lesion with the rounded end of the pen he developed urticarial wheal confined to the border of the lesion. Most likely diagnosis is

  1. fixed drug eruption
  2. LP
  3. urticaria pigmentosa
  4. urticaria vasculitis

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15. A 40-year-old woman presented with a 2-year history of erythematosus papulopustular lesion on the convexities of the face. There is a background of erythema and telangiectasia. The most likely diagnosis is

  1. acne vulgaris
  2. acne rosacea
  3. SLE
  4. a polymorphic light reaction

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16. Podophyllin is used in

  1. condyloma acuminata
  2. condyloma lata
  3. palmar warts
  4. plantar warts

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17. Benzoyl peroxide acts in acne vulgaris by

  1. decreased sebum production
  2. acts as an oxidizing agent
  3. reduces epithelial proliferation
  4. decreasing bacterial count

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18. A pregnant woman with condyloma acuminata is best treated with

  1. podophyllin
  2. TCA
  3.  fluorouracil
  4. surgery

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19. Definite treatment of steroids in psoriasis

  1. pustular psoriasis
  2. erythroderma
  3. psoriatic arthropathy
  4. impetigo herpetiformis

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20. Porphyria with autosomal recessive inheritance

  1. acute intermittent porphyria
  2. hereditary porphyria
  3. congenital erythropoietic porphyria
  4. porphyria cutanea tarda

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21. With regard to vitiligo which one of the following is not correct

  1. generalized vitiligo is often symmetrical
  2. trauma and sunburn may precipitate vitiligo
  3. it’s a congenital condition
  4. focal sites of melanocytes loss are observed

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22. All are true about psoriasis except

  1. does not involve skin of head neck and face
  2. oligo articular pathology with nail involvement is seen in 50%
  3. red nonscaly patches are seen in the natal cleft and sub mammary region
  4. onycholysis and pitting of nail is seen

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23. Lucio phenomenon is what type of reaction in leprosy

  1. lepra type 1
  2. lepra type 2
  3. ENL
  4. none

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24. All are bacterial infection except

  1. ecthyma pyogenicum
  2. ecthyma gangrenosum
  3. ecthyma contasiosum
  4. bullous impetigo

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25. The treatment of choice in sweet syndrome is

  1. antibiotic
  2. antifungal
  3. corticosteroids
  4. UV light

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26. All are true about lichen planus except

  1. polygonal pruritis papule
  2. involves skin hair and nails
  3. lymphocytes aggregate in the subepidermal region
  4. hypopigmentation is seen in the previously involved area

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27. An infant was brought by his mother with complaints of asymptomatic recurrent blistering over occiput buttocks legs and back for 2 months duration, Some of the blisters heal spontaneously. Mucosa hair nails normal. Most likely dx

  1. P vulgaris
  2. epidermolysis bullosa junctionalis
  3. epidermolysis bullosa simplex
  4. epidermolysis bullosa dystrophica

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28. Vitiligo is characterized by

  1. absent melanocytes
  2. defective melanocytes
  3. defective enzyme tyrosinase
  4. none

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29. Lichenoid eruptions are caused by

  1. ASA
  2. gold salts
  3. antimalarials
  4. all the above

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30. Signs of activity in leprosy includes a/e

  1. erythema
  2. persistent anaesthesia
  3. new lesions
  4. infiltrations

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31. Treatment of choice for Buschke Lowenstein tumor

  1. podophyllin
  2. surgical excision
  3. embolisation
  4. resolves on its own

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32. Lymphadenopathy is not seen in

  1. LGV
  2. syphilis
  3. granuloma inguinale
  4. chancroid

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33. Auspitz sign in psoriasis is taken as positive when

  1. a fine bleeding point is seen on scale removal
  2. thin transplant membrane is seen on scale removal
  3. easy removal of scales
  4. lesions at the site of trauma

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34. Drug of choice in pustular psoriasis in HIV

  1. oral retinoids
  2. PUVA
  3. Mtx
  4. steroids

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35. Asteroid bodies is seen in

  1. sporotrichosis
  2. chromomycosis
  3. mycetoma
  4. dermatophytosis

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36. Diascopy can be used for

  1. examining superficial skin lesions
  2. testing capillary fragility
  3. testing elasticity of skin
  4. determining functional activity of skin

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37. Collagen ratio in dermis

  1. col-1 70% + col-111 15%
  2. col-1 15% + col-111 70%
  3. col-1 50% + col-111 50%
  4. col 111 100%

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38. Wornoff’s ring is to be implied to be caused due to abnormal levels of

  1. prostaglandins
  2. leukotriene
  3. histamine
  4. serotonin

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39. Blistering painful unilateral vesicles in the genital area after unprotected intercourse in suggestive of

  1. herpes genitalis
  2. donovanosis
  3. gonorrhoea
  4. syphilis

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40. Identify the pathology depicted in the image

Image result for Koenen tumour

  1. paronychia
  2. Koenen tumour
  3. hemangioma
  4. lipoma

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41. Identify the pathology in the image

Image result for carcinoma penis

  1. carcinoma penis
  2. genital wart
  3. syphilis
  4. herpes genitalis

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42. Identify the pathology seen in  a term neonate

Image result for erythema toxicum neonatorum

  1. erythema toxicum neonatarum
  2. acne neonatarum
  3. infantile acropustulosis
  4. none

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43. Nail diagram showing pterygium is seen in

Image result for nail with pterygium

  1. lichen planus
  2. lichen amyloidosis
  3. alopecia areata
  4. psoriasis

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44. Apple jelly nodules as shown in the following picture is a feature of

Image result for apple jelly nodules in lupus vulgaris

  1. scrofuloderma
  2. TBVC
  3. lupus vulgaris
  4. leprosy

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45. Koebner phenomenon as shown in the picture is not a feature of

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  1. viral warts
  2. lichen planus
  3. psoriasis
  4. tinea corporis

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46. School of fish appearance is a classical feature of which organism causing STD

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  1. H ducreyi
  2. Treponema pallidum
  3. chlamydia
  4. K granulomatosis

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47. The following picture is of positive pathergy test. It’s a feature of

Image result for positive pathergy test in behcet's disease

  1. Behcet’s disease
  2. lichen planus
  3. psoriasis
  4. SLE

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48. Give the diagnosis

Image result for tuberculoid leprosyImage result for tuberculoid leprosy histology

  1. lepromatous leprosy
  2. tuberculoid leprosy
  3. pityriasis alba
  4. lupus vulgaris

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49. The given skin lesion is suggestive of what diagnosis

Image result for lepromatous leprosyImage result for lepromatous leprosy

  1. lepromatous leprosy
  2. tuberculoid leprosy
  3. pityriasis alba
  4. lupus vulgaris

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50. 15-year-old female presents 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. A closer examination also showed S shaped burrows formation on wrists. Diagnosis is

Image result for scabies

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

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