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Session 2 CM derm8

CM- Derm -8- part one Skin papules

Growth of epidermal cells secondary to HPV Verruca (wart)
What are the types of verruca verruca vulgaris, verruca plana, plantar warts, condyloma acuminatum
What is the treatment for verruca optional destruction, irritation or immune modulation
How can you prevent condyloma acuminatum gardasil vaccine for HPV 16 & 18 which cause 70% of cervical cancer and HPV 6 & 11 which cause 90% genital warts
What subtypes of HPV causes 70% of cervical cancers HPV 16 & 18
What subtype of HPV causes 90% of genital warts HPV 6 & 11
this is a benign intraepidermal growth secondary to pox virus infection Molluscum conatgiosum
How is Molluscum contagiosum contracted In adults it is generally an STD in kids generally not an STD not a reason to call child protective services
What is the treatment for molluscum contagiosum optional destruction or immune modulation
what does molluscum contagiosum look like fleshy colored papul with central umbilication
Thickening (hyperkeratosis) of epidermis secondary to repeated rubbing or pressure with focal pressure on bony prominence Corns
Thickening (hyperkeratosis) of epidermis caused by chronic rubbing callus
What is the treatment of corns and calluses mechanical or chemical paring down changing footwear
what is another name for acrochordons skin tags
Benign neoplasm of peidermis usually in an area of friction acrochordons or skin tags
Treatment for acrochordons (skin tags) optional; snip, excision or cryodestruction
benign tumor of the peripheral nerve sheath neurofibromas
What types of neurofibromas are there sporadic or type I neurofibromatosis
What is the treatment for neurofibromas optional; excision although with type I neurofibromatosis there are too many to excise
epithelial lined sac in the dermis with connection to epidermis filled with keratin Epidermal inclusion cyst
What are the characteristics of epidermal inclusion cyst Mobile, nodule with punctum filled with keratin
what is the treatment for epidermal inclusion cyst if symptomatic excision +/- antibiotics
Benign slow growing sub Q skin growth of adipose tissue Lipoma
It is a soft localised well circumscribed painless swelling located mainl in the sub Q tissues oh the head neck, shoulders hands legs and back. lipoma
On palpation these are soft nontender and freely mobile lipoma
When are lipomas most common 3rd and 4th decades of life
which sex gets lipomas more frequently women, most have only a single lipoma
What is typical of childhood lipomas they are rare and often inherited
What is true of lipomas in men they often have multiple lipomas and run in families
What are the pigment change birthmarks angiomas and vascular malformations
benign skin growths composed of rapidly growing or poorly formed blood vessels or lymph vessels either congenital or acquired angiomas and vascular malformation birth marks
The most common cutaneous vascular prliferation often widespread and appear as tiny cherry red papules or macules increase with age in both sexes and all races acquired hemangiomas cherry hemangiomas
Caused by exposure to estrogen during pregnancy or oral contraceptive use tend to run in families may be associated with liver disease, sun exposure and trauma spider angiomas (spider veins)
These are symptomless reddish blue marks formed from blood-filled capillaries radiating around a central arteriole in a classic shape. spider angiomas
disease of the pilosebaceous unit with open and closed comedones, papule, and pustules on face, chest and back acne
what is the treatment for acne combination of oral and topical antibiotics and retinoids depending on severity
Acne characterized by cysts and nodules is more difficult to treat cystic acne (Acne Vulgaris)
Chronic inflammatory disorder of the blood vessels and pilosebaceous units of the face with flushing, persistent erythema, papules/pustules and rhinophyma Rosacea (acne rosacea)
What is the treatment for rosacea SUNSCREEN, antibiotics, metronidazole, laser
what is rhinophyma and what is it associated with is a large, bulb-shaped, red-colored (ruddy) nose. Associated with Rosacea (acne Rosacea)
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