Understanding Pathophysiology Study Set 3

Medicine

Quiz 42 :
Alterations of the Integument in Children

Quiz 42 :
Alterations of the Integument in Children

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What structures do acne vulgaris involve?
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A 4-month-old brought to his primary care provider for severe itching and skin lesions is diagnosed with atopic dermatitis. Which of the following would be elevated in this patient?
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C

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A 4-month-old is diagnosed with atopic dermatitis (AD). Which assessment finding will most likely support this diagnosis?
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C

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A 14-year-old presents with severe acne. Which of the following promotes acne development?
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What is the cause of bullous impetigo?
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A 2-month-old develops diaper dermatitis. A nurse will monitor this patient for which secondary infection?
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A 10-year-old presents with vesicles consistent with vesicular impetigo. What is the most likely cause of the condition?
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A 3-year-old develops tinea capitis after playing with the family dog. What is the cause of this infection?
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A 5-year-old is diagnosed with tinea corporis following development of lesions on the nonhairy parts of the face, trunk, and limbs. What is a common source of this condition?
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The nurse would correctly identify the medical term for ringworm as:
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A 4-month-old develops oral white spots and shallow ulcers. The pediatrician diagnoses thrush, which is caused by:
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A 6-year-old presents with slightly umbilicated, dome-shaped lesions on the skin of the trunk, face, and extremities. The child is diagnosed with molluscum contagiosum caused by a highly contagious:
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Molluscum contagiosum affects the skin and:
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How long does it take for the rash of rubella to subside?
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Rubella, rubeola, and roseola are common communicable diseases caused by _____ infection.
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A 5-year-old develops chickenpox after exposure at a daycare centre. This disease is caused by:
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The nurse would correctly identify the etiological agent of smallpox as:
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The nurse would expect the occurrence of scabies to occur more commonly among children who:
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Which skin disorders are a result of insect bites? (Select all that apply.)
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