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A fresh set of 20 random questions is generated every time you open this page and every time you refresh it.
For each of the following multiple choice questions, choose the most appropriate answer :

1. A patient presented with thinning of nails and onychyloysis. What else finding can be observed in him?
A. Violaceous papules 
B. Suprabasal split 
C. Basal degeration  
D. Acantholysis 

2. A patient presents with focal alopecia areata All of the following are associations of alopecia areata except
A. Geographical tongue  
B. Nail pitting 
C. Atopy 
D. Exclammatory mark 

3. Multiple vesicular painful lesions on dermatome T3 are due
A. Herpes simplex 
B. Herpes zoster 
C. Scabies 
D. Dermatitis herpitiformis 

4. A 30-year old male presents with flaccid bullae on an erythematous base and erosions over the oral mucous membrane. The blisters developed painful erosions on rupture. What would be the most likely finding on an immunofluorescent examination of the skin biopsy of this patient?
A. Linear IgA deposition in dermopeidermal junction  
B. Linera IgG deposition in dermoepidermal junction  
C. Granular deposits of IgA in dermal papillae 
D. Fish net IgG deposition in epidermis 

5. A young 8 year old boy presents with multiple discrete, shiny, pin-head papules on dorsal aspect of hand, forearms and shaft of penis. The diagnosis is
A. Molluscum contagiosum 
B. Scabies 
C. Lichen planus 
D. Lichen nitidus 

6. Which of the following is characteristic of Basal Cell Carcinoma?
A. Foam Cells 
B. Nuclear Palisades 
C. Keratin Pearls 
D. Presence of intercellular bridges 

7. A man presents with rashes on face and also complains of decreased mental function. He is also having few macular lesions on his skin. On CT scan, intracranial calcification was seen. His wife is normal. His 10-year old daughter is also normal but his 6 year old son is also having similar skin lesions. What would be the most likely diagnosis?
A. Autosomal dominant inheritance 
B. Neurofibromatosis-2 
C. Neurofibromatosis-1 
D. Xeroderma pigmentosum 

8. Olympian brow and rhagades are seen in
A. CMV inclusion disease  
B. Congenital syphilis 
C. Ectodermal dysplasia  
D. Hyper IgE syndrome 

9. A child has pin head silvery papules on hands, forearms and skin of penis. The diagnosis is
A. Molluscum contagiosum 
B. Lichen planus 
C. Lichen nitidus 
D. Scabies 

10. A 37 year female presents with multiple, linear, itchy wheals, with itching for 30 minutes at the site. The most probable diagnosis is
A. Dermatographic urticaria 
B. Pressure urticaria  
C. Acute urticaria 
D. Chronic urticaria 

11. A 7 year old boy with boggy swelling of the scalp with multiple discharge sinuses with cervical lymphadenopathy with easily pluckable hair. What would be done for diagnosis?
A. KOH mount 
B. Pus culture 
C. Biopsy 
D. Patch test 

12. A 30 yr old man is having multiple ulcers in mouth with epididymitis with complains of blurring of vision. The probable diagnosis is
A. Behcet syndrome 
B. Ritter syndrome 
C. Xeroderma 
D. Oculo cutaneous pemphigus 

13. A 19-year old male presents with several comedones, papules and pustules on face and trunk. The appropriate drug of choice for the patient would be
A. Topical clindamycin 
B. Topical retinoic acid  
C. Topical retinoic acid + Oral doxycycline 
D. Topical azithromycin 

14. A 60-year old male presents with painful, grouped vesicles over erythematous plaques in T3 dermatome region of trunk, which of the following would be the likely causative organism?
A. Varicella zoster 
B. Herpes simplex 
C. Pox virus 
D. Papilloma virus