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  • 1. Clinical Essay Questions Describe the clinical finding Write your Diagnosis Differential Diagnosis or Etiology Management for the following cases
  • 2. • A child with two weeks Hx of • Mild pruritic lesions • First episodes
  • 3. • A child with itchy skin • C/F • Dx • mgt
  • 4. Recurrent Pruritic lesions on the lower leg C/F, DX. RX
  • 5. • Adult pt • Mild itchy • Clinical findings • Etiology? • Dx • Mgt
  • 6. • Adult pt • Itchy • No hair loss • Thick adherent scales • C/f • Dx • Ddx • mgt
  • 7. 29-year- old female
  • 8. • A 28-year-female • with a painful lesion on the palm for 3 days. • Finding • Dx • Etiology • Lab exam • RX
  • 9. • Pain, fever and swelling of lower leg
  • 10. • Skin lesions for more than 3 months • Mild symptoms • C/F • Dx • DDx • Investigations • Mgt( Specific)
  • 11. • Lesions more than 6 months • Young Adult • C/F • Dx • Pathogen esis • Mgt specific
  • 12. • A chlid with this skin lesion • No symptom • C/f, • DX • Associated conditIons • Mgt
  • 13. • Adult pat • With organ Transplant Having this Skin lesions
  • 14. • C/F • Dx ( specific) • Etiology • RX specific
  • 15. • Well defined hypo pigmented anesthetic macules, . Dx based on WHO criteria • Etiology Lab invstigation • Treatment Specific
  • 16. • A child with this clinical presentation • c/F • Dx • Etiology • Mgt( specific)