Skin color of humans reflects a combination of four basic colors, except?
A). Exogenously formed carotenoids(yellow).
C). Oxygenated hemoglobin in arterioles and capillaries(red).
D). Presence of carboxy hemoglobin in veins(White). Eczema is also known as?
A). Endomic dermatitis.
B). Atopic dermatitis.
C). Apido dermatitis.
D). Leucoderma. Which among the following muscle is responsible for “goose bumps”?
A). Latissimus Dorsi.
B). Arrector pili.
D). Serratous anterior. Shifting of fluid into the adjacent tissues due to needle displacement is known as?
D). Infusion. Bluish discoloration of the skin and mucous membrane?
D). Hypoxia. The subcutaneous layer or adipose layer is absent in the following sites, except?
A). Eye lids.
D). Areola. Which of the following cells are responsible for cell mediated immunity in dermis of the skin?
A). Goblet cells.
B). White blood cells.
C). Langerhans cells.
D). Squamous cells. Which of the following test is used for microscopic assessment of fluids and cells from vesicles or bullae?
A). Tzank’s test.
C). Patch testing.
D). Wood’s light examination. Which of the following is manifested in the form of simple erythema or redness, swelling and tenderness?
A). 1st degree burns.
B). 2nd degree burns.
C). 3rd degree burns.
D). None of these. Which of the following is a form of partial albinism?
D). None of these. An area of hard thickened skin on foot or between the toes is called?
A thicker layer containing collagen and elastic fibres to support the epidermis is called?
D). Ligaments. A syndrome caused by the accumulation of homogentisic acid in connective tissues?
D). Eschar. Which of the following system inhibits secretion of sweat?
A). Sympathetic system.
B). Parasympathetic system.
C). Central nervous system.
D). None of these. Any substance used to smooth or soften the skin is called?
D). Emolients. Which of the following is widely used in the treatment of dermatophytes?
D). Saramycetin. Which term is used for injury or blister due to hot liquid or steam?
D). None of these. Which of the following pathogen is responsible for genital and anal warts?
A). Human papilloma virus.
B). Candida albicans.
C). Trichomonas vaginalis.
D). Treponema pallidum. A local hypopigmentation of the skin is known as?
D). Cyanosis. Tissue to cover inner and outer surface of the internal organs is called?
A). Epithelial tissue.
B). Yellow elastic tissue.
C). White fibrous tissue.
D). Brown adipose tissue. Which of the following is a wart occurring in the skin on the sole of the foot?
A). Sole wart.
B). Base wart.
C). Plantar warts.
D). None of these. An excoriation or circumscribed removal of the epidermis of skin or mucus membrane is called?
D). None of these. A parasitic infestation of the skin extremely common in children living in overcrowded slums?
D). Albinism. Which of the following glands do not function until puberty and they require a high output of sex hormones for activity?
A). Adrenal glands.
B). Sebaceous glands.
C). Apocrine glands.
D). Eccrine glands. Cracking and ulceration of the lips and angle of the mouth?