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NR576 NR 576 MIDTERM EXAM 2024 2025 NEWLY UPDATED DIFFERENTIAL DIAGNOSIS IN ADULT GERONTOLOGY PRIMAR [Video]

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NR576 NR 576 MIDTERM EXAM 2024 2025 NEWLY UPDATED DIFFERENTIAL DIAGNOSIS IN ADULT GERONTOLOGY PRIMAR

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.NR-576 Differential Diagnosis in
Adult-Gerontology Primary Care
Midterm Exam (Newly Updated)
Question:
Eczema herpeticum
Answer:
primary HSV infection in atopic dermatitis. Umbilicated vesicles over
eczema areas, fever, LAD. Can be life threatening in infants. Tx- acyclovir.
Question:
Erythema multiforme
Answer:
skin disorder resulting from a generalized allergic reaction to an illness,
infection, or medication. iris-shaped lesions with polymorphous
disseminated macular, papular, nodular, vesicular, bullous, and target (bull’s
eye-shaped) lesions of the skin and mucous membranes

Question:
herpes zoster
Answer:
viral disease affecting the peripheral nerves, characterized by painful blisters
that spread over the skin following the affected nerves, usually unilateral;
also known as shingles
Question:
actinic keratosis
Answer:
precancerous skin condition of horny tissue formation that results from
excessive exposure to sunlight
Question:
basal cell carcinoma
Answer:
malignant tumor of the basal cell layer of the epidermis. Elevated papules
that have a pearly appearance, with some crusting. Slow progression without
pain, Occurs in sun-exposed areas, Often on face, May ooze, crust, or bleed.
A spot or a bump that is getting larger or a sore that is not healing. Appears
as a thick, rough patch that may bleed if scratched or scraped. Some patients
think they are warts with a raised border and crusted surface

Question:
squamous cell carcinoma
Answer:
Type of skin cancer more serious than basal cell carcinoma; firm papule with
a scaly (keratotic) rough surface with irregular borders. These lesions may
even present as cutaneous horns, with columnar hyperkeratosis atop an
erythematous base
Question:
Melanoma
Answer:
Asymmetrical, Border- irregular, Color- dark or uneven, Diameter- 6mm,
Evolution- change in shape, size, color, “Ugly duckling” – does not resemble
other moles or skin growths on the body, Refer to dermatology
Question:
acne vulgaris
Answer:
open and closed comedones, found on face, sometimes body. Painful and
tenderness from multiple deep pustules, nodules, and cysts

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