Monday, July 26, 2021

Psoriasis Questions and Answers 

Psoriasis is a disease which is most common in cold weather. Psoriasis Questions are made to keep you aware about this condition.

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Q1. The term “Psoriasis” means...
Pus condition.
Itchy condition.
Sore condition.
Blue skin condition.

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Q2. Psoriasis involves hyperproliferation of the keratinocytes in:
Epidermis
Dermis
Subcutaneous tissues.
Hypodermis.

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Q3. Psoriasis is:
acute, contagious, inflammatory, one organ involving condition.
chronic, highly contagious, multi system state.
chronic, noncontagious, inflammatory, multisystem state
does not involve skin at all, only manifests eyes.

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Q4. It mainly occurs in the age range:
20-30 years, and above 50 years.
30-40 years, and above 60 years.
35-45 years, and above 60 years.
20-30 years, and between 50-60 years.

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Q5. Regarding epidemiology of Psoriasis:
More common in fair skin women than men.
More common in dark-skinned women than men.
Less common in dark skin women than men
Less common in fair skin women than men

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Q6. Regarding the climate changes affecting Psoriasis, we may find worsening of symptoms in:
Winter
Summer
Autumn
Spring

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Q7. Patient’s most common clinical presentation:
Involves fever, malaise, myalgia, dysuria.
Itchy, painful, scaly rashes over elbows, knees, scalp, lumbosacral areas.
Nonhealing skin ulcers extending from neck to upper chest and extremities.
Loss of pigment patches all over the body.

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Q8. Apart from skin manifestations, patient may also present with:
Ocular symptoms
Increased urinary frequency
Muscular cramps and bone pains.
None of the above

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Q9. Most common type of Psoriasis includes:
Psoriasis Vulgaris.
Inverse Psoriasis.
Linear Psoriasis.
Guttate Psoriasis.

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Q10. Pustular Psoriasis:
Involves palms and soles.
Involves scalp area only.
Lesions are on flexor surfaces.
Lesions are limited to extremities.

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Q11. Difference between Plague Psoriasis and Guttate Psoriasis:
Tear-drop, red colored lesions in Plague Psoriasis.
Raised, inflamed lesions covered with a silvery white scale in Plague Psoriasis.
Guttate psoriasis is predominantly present on elbows.
Plague psoriasis is more commonly present on trunk.

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Q12. Napkin Psoriasis refers to:
Affects age group under 2 years.
Diaper area psoriasis.
Psoriasis from used napkins.
A and B.

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Q13. Psoriasis type encompassing the entire surface area of the body:
Eruptive Psoriasis.
Erythrodermic Psoriasis.
Linear Psoriasis.
Inverse Psoriasis.

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Q14. Musculoskeletal complication of Psoriasis:
Stiffness, pain, throbbing, swelling of the joints.
Distal joints most often affected.
May progress to a severe and mutilating arthritis of the hands.
All of the above

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Q15. The differentiation of psoriatic arthritis from rheumatoid arthritis involves:
A Negative Rheumatoid factor in Rheumatoid Arthritis.
A Positive Rheumatoid factor in Psoriatic Arthritis.
None of the above
All of the above

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Q16. Non-medication treatment of Psoriasis:
Daily sun exposure, sea bathing, topical moisturizers.
Maintaining good hydration, increase fiber intake.
Daily walks and exercises.
None of the above

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Q17. The diagnosis of Pustular Psoriasis, if clinically not identified, can be obtained through:
Lesion biopsy.
A radiographic image of lesions.
Swab test
B and C

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Q18. "Pencil in cup” deformity is a characteristic finding in:
Inverse Psoriasis.
Nail Psoriasis.
Linear Psoriasis.
Psoriatic Arthritis.

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Q19. Which of the following Cancers can be a complication of Psoriasis:
Chronic Myeloid Leukemia.
Hodgkin’s Lymphoma.
Non- Hodgkin Lymphoma.
Bowen’s disease.

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Q20. High uric acid levels may confuse the diagnosis of Psoriasis with:
Systemic Lupus Erythematosus.
Bullous Pemphigus.
Gout
None of the above

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Q21. Erosive Arthritis is seen in:
Pemphigus Vulgaris.
Lyme disease.
Psoriatic Arthritis.
Systemic Lupus Erythematosus.

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Q22. Which vitamin supplement is recommended for child bearing age females undergoing phototherapy?
Vitamin B 6.
Vitamin B 2.
Vitamin B 9.
Vitamin B 12.

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Q23. Bulkeley membrane is seen in:
Pemphigus Vulgaris.
Psoriasis.
Tinea Corpus.
Tinea Pedis.

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Q24. The indication for giving systemic corticosteroids in Pustular Psoriasis is:
Psoriasis with mild form of IBD.
Extreme ocular manifestations.
When associated with pregnancy
Extensive lesions.

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Q25. Which of the following is used as pharmacotherapy in Psoriasis:
Antimetabolites (eg, methotrexate)
Vitamin D analogues. (eg, calcitriol ointment)
Topical corticosteroids (eg, triamcinolone acetonide)
All of the above

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