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Papulo-Squamous Disorders
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1. 1. All are causes of Papulo-squamous lesions except ... 8. 9. Bleedings spots seen on removal of scales in ...
psoriasis is called as
A. Psoriasis
B. Para psoriasis A. Auspitz sign
C. Squamous cell carcinoma B. Punctuate hemorrhage
D. Mycosis Fungoides C. Nikolsky sign
E. Congenital syphilis D. Darrier sign
2. 2. All of the following may lead to plaque formation ... 9. 10. "Auspitz" sign is characteristically seen in ...
A. Plaque psoriasis
A. Psoriasis B. Pustular psoriasis
B. Lichen planus C. Lichen planus
C. Pityriasis rosea D. Inverse psoriasis
D. Pemphigus 10. 11. A patient presents with erythematous scaly lesions ...
3. 3. Exfoliative dermatitis is seen in all of the following ... on extensor aspect of elbows and knee. The clinical
except: diagnosis is got by

A. Pityriasis rosea A. Auspitz sign

B. Pityriasis rubra pilaris B. KOH smear
C. Psoriasis C. Tzank smear
D. Lichen planus D. Skin biopsy
E. Eczema 11. 12. A 30 years old male presented with silvery scales on ...
4. 4. Causes of erythroderma: ... elbow and knee, that bleed on removal. The probable
diagnosis is
A. Pityriasis alba
B. Pityriasis versicolor A. Pityriasis
C. Psoriasis B. Seborrheic dermatitis
D. Lichen planus C. Psoriasis
E. Eczema D. Secondary syphilis
5. 5. Gold poisoning leading to Exfoliative dermatitis is ... 12. 13. Bulkeley membrane ...
Treated by
A. Psoriasis
A. Chloroquine B. Pemphigus
B. Steroids C. Tinea
C. Antibiotics D. Pityriasis
D. Antihistamines 13. 14. The important feature of Psoriasis is ...
6. 7. About munromicroabscess, which of the following ...
statements is True? A. Crusting
B. Scaling
A. Seen in stratum corneum C. Oozing
B. Seen in psoriasis D. Erythema
C. Contain neutrophils and lymphocyte 14. 15. All of the following are seen in psoriasis except: ...
D. Contains neutrophils only
E. Associated pustules are normally seen A. Auspitz sign present
7. 8. HPR findings in psoriasis: ... B. 10% associated with arthritis
C. It is premalignant disease
A. Micromunro abscess D. Worsening of disease during winter
B. Suprapapillary thining 15. 16. All are True about Psoriasis except: ...
C. Grenz zonme present
D. Pautrier's abscess A. Very pruritic
E. Hyperkeratosis B. Pitting of nails
C. It is premalignant disease
D. Worsening of disease during winter
16. 17. All are True regarding Psoriasis except ... 24. 25. The treatment of Psoriatic erythroderma is ...

A. Arthritis in 5% A. Methotrexate
B. Abscess is seen B. Retinoids
C. Head, neck and face are not involved C. Diethrenol
D. No scaly, red lesions are seen infra-mammary and D. Corticosteroid
natal area 26. Treatment of Pustular psoriasis is
17. 18. Least common site of involvement in Psoriasis is ... 25. 26. Treatment of Pustular Psoriasis is: ...

A. Scalp involvement A. Thalidomide

B. Nail involvement B. Retinoids
C. CNS involvement C. Hydroxyurea
D. Arthritis D. Methotrexate
18. 19. Psoriasis is exacerbated by ... E. Steroid
26. 27. DOC of pustular psoriasis is ...
A. Lithium
B. Beta blockers A. PUVA
C. Antimalarials B. Methotrexate
D. All of the above C. Steroid
19. 20. Chloroquine cause exacerbation of ... D. Cyclophosphamide
27. 28. Treatment of choice for pustular psoriasis is ...
A. Malaria
B. Psoriasis A. Psoralen + UV therapy
C. DLE B. Systemic steroid
D. Photosensitivity C. Methotrexate
20. 21. Vitamin D analogue calcitriol is useful in the ... D. Estrogen
treatment of 28. 29. A patient with psoriasis was started on systemic ...
steroids. After stopping the treatment, patient
A. Lichen planus developed universally red scaly skin with plaques
B. Psoriasis losing their margins all over his body. The most likely
C. Pemphigus cause is
D. Leprosy
21. 22. Treatment of Psoriasis is ... A. Drug induced reaction
B. Pustular psoriasis
A. PUVA C. Bacterial infection
B. Methotrexate D. Erythrodermic psoriasis
C. Systemic steroids 29. 30. A patient with Psoriaisis was started on systemic ...
D. Femicycline steroids. After stopping treatment, the patient
E. Terbinafine developed generalized pustules all over the body. The
22. 23. In Psoriatic arthropathy, TOC is ... cause is most likely to be

A. MTX A. Drug induced reaction

B. 5-FU B. Pustular psoriasis
C. PUVA C. Bacterial infection
D. Steroids D. Septicemia

23. 24. The treatment of choice for erythrodermic psoriasis ... 30. 31. Treatment of erythematous skin rash with multiple ...
is pus lakes in a pregnant woman is

A. Corticosteroids A. Cortisteroids
B. Methotrexate B. retinoids
C. Coaltar topically C. Methtrexate
D. Topical steroids D. Psoralen with PUVA
31. 32. The only indication of giving corticosteroids in ... 39. 40. Which is not a complication of PUVA therapy? ...
pustular psoriasis is
A. Premature aging of skin
A. Psoriatic erythroderma with pregnancy B. Cataracts
B. Psoriasis in a patient with alcoholic cirrhosis C. Skin cancers
C. Moderate arthritis D. Exfoliative
D. Extensive lesions 40. 41. Photochemotherapy ( Psoralen + UV-A) is used in ...
32. 33. DOC for a pregnant woman with 2nd trimester with ...
pustular psoriasis is A. Pityriasis rosea
B. Erythroderma
A. Prednisolone C. Scabies
B. Dapsone D. Psoriasis
C. Acitretin 42. PUVA therapy is used in
D. Methotrexate 41. 42. PUVA Therapy is used in- ...
33. 34. Only definitive indication of systemic steroids in ...
Psoriasis is A. Psoriasis
B. Lichen planus
A. Pustular psoriasis C. Freckles
B. Erythroderma D. Melasma
C. Psoriatic arthropathy 42. 43. Psoralen-A is used in the treatment of ...
D. Impetigo herpetiformis
34. 35. Koebner phenomenon is characteristic of ... A. Pemphigus
B. Vitiligo
A. Psoriasis C. Pityriasis alba
B. Pemphigus vulgaris D. Icthyosis
C. Pityriasis rosea 43. 44. Psoralen + UV (PUVA) therapy is useful in treatment ...
D. Lupus vulgaris of
35. 36. Koebner's phenomenon is seen in ...
A. Psoriasis
A. Lichen planus B. Vitiligo
B. Psoriasis C. Mycosis fungoides
C. Icthyosis D. All of the above
D. Pityriasis rubra 44. 45. Uses of PUVA therapy ...
E. Pemphigus
36. 37. Koebner's phenomenon is seen in ... A. Pigmented purpuric lesion
B. Herpes zoster
A. Lichen planus C. Mycosis fungoides
B. Warts D. Lupus panniculitis
C. Behcet syndrome E. Lichenoid dermatitis of Gougerot and Blum
D. Psoriasis 45. 46. Circulating lymphocytes are most sensitive to ...
E. Vitiligo
37. 38. Pseudo-Koebner phenomenon is seen in ... A. UV-A
A. Warts C. UV-C
B. Molluscum contagiosum D. 760-800 nm
C. Lichen planus 46. 47. The most effective treatment of pruritus in uremia is ...
D. Psoriasis
E. Vitiligo A. UV light
38. 39. The mechanism of action of Psoralen is ... B. Cholestyramine
C. Eskazine
A. Binding to DNA D. Topical benzocaine
B. Inhibiting protein synthesis
C. Inhibiting angiogenesis
D. Inhibiting keratinization
47. 48. Mouth lesions are seen in ... 54. 55. True about Lichen planus ...

A. Psoriasis A. Basal cell degeneration

B. Lichen planus B. Colloid bodies seen
C. Basal cell carcinoma C. Epidermal hyperplasia in chronic cases
D. Icthyosis vulgaris D. Wickham's striae seen
48. 49. Mucosa is involved in ... E. Autoimmune disease
55. 56. Basal cell degeneration is characteristically seen in ...
A. Psoriasis
B. Lichen planus A. Lichen planus
C. Alopecia B. Psoriasis
D. Scabies C. Pemphigus
49. 50. Features of lichen planus are ... D. DLE
#Lichen planus, #Pruritus, 56. 57. A young lady presents with lacy lesions in oral ...
cavity and genitals and her proximal nail fold has
A. Pruritus extended onto the nail bed. What is the likely
B. Purple color diagnosis?
C. Papule
D. Purpura A. Psoriasis
E. Petechiae B. Geographic tongue
50. 51. Oral examination is done in case of: ... C. Lichen planus
# Peutz Jeghers syndrome, # Oral manifestations of D. Candidiasis
Disease 57. 58. A 30-year-old male presents with pruritic flat- ...
topped polygonal, shiny violaceous papules with
A. Peutz Jeghers syndrome flexural distribution. The most likely diagnosis is:
B. Psoriasis #Lichen planus, #Pruritus
C. Beri-beri
D. Plummer vinson syndrome A. Psoriasis
51. 52. Necrotic keratinocytes occur in: ... B. Pityriasis
#Histopathology of skin disorders, #DLE, #Graft versus C. Lichen planus
host disease, #Papulo squamous disorders D. Lichenoid dermatitis
58. 59. Which of the following is pruritic? ...
B. Graft versus host disease A. Lichen planus
C. Erythema multiforme B. Pityriasis alba
D. Lichen planus C. Lichen planus
E. Psoriasis D. Leprosy
52. 53. Max Joseph's space is a histopathological feature of: ... 59. 60. Lacy white lesion in mouth with Pterygium is seen in ...
#Lichen planus, #Histopathology of Lichen planus,
#Histopathology of skin disorders A. Psoriasis
B. Pityriasis alba
A. Psoriasis vulgaris C. Lichen planus
B. Lichen planus D. Leprosy
C. Pityriasis rosea 60. 61. Regarding lichen planus all are True except ...
D. Parapsoriasis
53. 54. Civatte bodies are found in ... A. Hypopigmentation in most residual disease
B. Lymphocytic infiltration in supradermal layer
A. Lichen planus C. Itchy, polygonal, purple, papule
B. Psoriasis 61. 62. All of the following regarding Lichen planus are true ...
C. Dermatophytosis except
D. Vitiligo
A. Does not involve the mucus membrane
B. Associated with Hepatitis C
C. Topical steroids are the mainstay of therapy
D. Spontaneous remissions in 6 months to 2 years
62. 63. A patient presented with scarring alopecia, thinned ... 70. 71. In lichen planus TOC is: ...
nails, hypopigmented macular lesions over the trunk
and oral mucosa. The diagnosis is: #Alopecia, #Nail
changes, #Lichen planus A. Topical salicylic acid
B. UV rays
A. Psoriasis C. Systemic steroids
B. Leprosy D. Erythromycin
C. Lichen planus 71. 72. Which of the following are Pruritic lesions? ...
D. Pemphigus
63. 64. Characteristic nail finding in Lichen planus ... A. Lichen planus
B. Sun burns
A. Pitting C. Pemphigoid
B. Pterygium D. Psoriasis
C. Beau's lines E. SLE
D. Hyperpigmentation of nails 72. Munro microabscess is seen in ...
64. 65. 10-year-old child has violaceous papule and ...
pterygium of nails. The diagnosis is A. Dermal tissue
B. Stratum basale
A. Psoriasis C. Stratum corneuum
B. Pemphigus D. Stratum malphigii
C. Pemphigoid
D. Lichen planus
65. 66. Wickham's striae is seen in: ...

A. Lichen nitidus
B. Lichenoid eruption
C. Lichen striates
D. Lichen planus
66. 67. Itchy polygonal violaceous (itchy, pruritic) papules ...
are seen in

A. Psoriasis
B. Pemphigus
C. Lichen planus
D. Pityriasis rosea
67. 68. Features of Lichen planus are: ...

A. Pruritic
B. Purple
C. Papule
D. Purpura
E. Petechiae
68. 69. Most characteristic feature of lichen planus is: ...

A. Thinning of nail plate is most common

B. Non scarring alopecia
C. Violaceous lesions on skin and mucus membrane
D. Wickham's striae
69. 70. The most characteristic finding in lichen planus is: ...

A. Civatte bodies
B. Basal cell degeneration
C. Thinning of nail plate
D. Violaceous lesions