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  • 1. Bullous impetigo
  • 2. Infected umbilical stump
  • 3. Crusted impetigo
  • 4. Infantile atopic dermatitis(secondary impetiginization)gambar slide prof adalah y face area, mata pon termasuk jugak
  • 5. Subacute atopic dermatitis
  • 6. Lip licking dermatitis (irritantcontact dermatitis)
  • 7. ichthyosis
  • 8. Allergy contact dermatitis (eg:nikel)
  • 9. Lichen planus
  • 10. Lichen planopiliaris(ddx: discoid lupus)
  • 11. Lichen planus histology section(saw teeth acanthosis)
  • 12. Urticaria wheal +dermographism
  • 13. Mucosal lichen planus
  • 14. Urticaria (extensive)
  • 15. angioedema
  • 16. Erythema multiforme
  • 17. Xeroderma pigmentosa(TAK MASUK exam)
  • 18. Pediculosis capitis (notice thenits)
  • 19. Pityriasis alba* patch*residual erythema*atopic infant
  • 20. Gravitational eczema
  • 21. Pemphigous foliaceus(subcorneal acantholytic bullae)
  • 22. Pemphigous vulgaris(suprabasal acatholytic bullae)
  • 23. Pemphigous(direct immunoflourescent)
  • 24.  END OF FIRST PART REVISION SLIDE
  • 25. psoriasis
  • 26. Acute psoriasis
  • 27. Lichen planus
  • 28. Herald patch
  • 29. Local vitiligo –acrofacial vitiligo(several foci on one site)
  • 30. Acne vulgaris
  • 31. Pityriasis versicolor(hypopigmented/hyperpigmented)
  • 32. Dimorphic feature of tineaversicolor
  • 33. Toe web maceration
  • 34. Tinea pedis Types: Interdigital Erythematous Vesiculobullous hyperkeratosis
  • 35. Tinea mannum(types, as tinea pedis)
  • 36. Tinea circinata
  • 37. Tinea circinata
  • 38. Non inflammatory Tinea capitisgrey patch / black dot
  • 39. Inflammatory tinea capitis(kerion celzi)
  • 40. favus
  • 41. Nail dystrophy(eg: onychomycosis) -causes?
  • 42. erythrasma
  • 43. onychomycosis
  • 44. Alopecia areata(Q= sign of bad prognosis)
  • 45. Alopecia areata universalis(hint : no eyebrow)
  • 46. Verrucae vulgaris
  • 47. Verrucae filiformis
  • 48. Verrucae digitiform
  • 49. Verrucae plana
  • 50. Molluscum cantagiosum
  • 51. Herpes simplex
  • 52. Herpes genitalis
  • 53. Herpes zoster
  • 54. Chicken pox
  • 55. Condyloma accuminata
  • 56. Condyloma lata
  • 57. scabies
  • 58. Phototherapy (Q=indication)
  • 59. UVB
  • 60. electrocautery
  • 61. cryotherapy
  • 62. laser
  • 63. woodlight