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Dermatology osce slides

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

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