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etiology&diagnosis

haneygenpathc1310

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What is the cause of Psoriasis? the cause is not known
What is the diagnosis of Psoriasis? Observation of the skin, a careful medical history, or skin biopsy
The etiology of Urticaria most frequently results following ingestion of certain foods such as what? shellfish or berries
What is the diagnosis for Urticaria? medical history,frequently ingested foods, environmental factors, and psychological status
Wnat is the cause of acne vulgaris? the cause is not known
For what disease is the diagnosis a meical history and observation of the characteristic lesions acne vulgaris
what is the etiology of Alopecia? may result as a consequence of certain systemic illness, endocrine disorders, nutritional problems, and certain forms of dermatitis
for what disease is the diagnosis a visual examination, and thats all that is needed? Alopecia
what disease is the etiology the disease usually caused by strep or staph bacteria impetigo
what is the etiology of furuncles and carbuncles? infection by staphylococcus bacteria is the most common cause
what is the diagnosis of furuncles and carbuncles? the diagnosis is made on the basis of the apperance of lesion
what is the etiology of pediculosis? a visual examination is all that is necessary
for what disease is the etiology caused by impairment of the blood supply to the affected area as a result of persistent pressure against the skin surface? decubitus ulcers
what is the diagnosis of decubitus ulcer? visual exam of lesions uaually is enough to establish diagnosis.
what disease is caused by several species of fungi that have the ability to invade the keratinous structures of the body? dermatophytoses
what is the diagnosis of dermatophytoses? its dependent on the location and appearance of the skin lesion
what conditions may be caused by pressure or friction from ill-fitting shoes, orthopedic deformities, or faulty weight-bearing? corns and calluses
what is the diagnosis for corns and calluses? physical exam of affected area and medical history
What diseased is caused by infection from one of the five possible papilloma viruses? warts
what is the diagnosis of warts? visual exam of wart is sufficient
What is the cause of lumpus? the cause is unknown
what is the diagnosis of lumpus? clinical picture and rash are enough to confirm diagnosis
What is the cause of scleroderma? the cause is unknown
For what disease is the diagnosis the typical cutaneous clinical picture help pinpoint the disease? scleroderma
What is the diagnosis of seborrheic dermatitis? medical history and observation of the lesion
Created by: kaela320