Image Based Mcqs In Dermatology, Venereology & Leprology 1st/2024

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  • Ramesh Bansal
  • 9789356968073
  • Jaypee Brothers Medical Publishers (P) Ltd
  • 1st
  • 2024
  • 448
  • Paper Back
  • New
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The diagnosis can easily be made in dermatology on the morphological clinical features of the disease. In this book, 1,123 image-based multiple choice questions (MCQs) have been framed based on diagnosis, structure of skin, hair and nail, histopathology, investigations, treatment, and side effects of treatment. I have tried to incorporate all types of clinical presentations of various skin diseases which one can come across in day-to-day practice. The answers have been well explained with supporting features of correct option. Features of incorrect options are also mentioned along with their reference MCQ. This book is especially helpful for students seeking PG entrance examination in which students have to answer some MCQs based on clinical photograph.

Total 1123 multiple choice questions (MCQs) are in the book, which include images of various rare and commonly seen patients in day-to-day practice. These MCQs include:

  • Different clinical presentations of the same disorder.
  • Microphotographs depicting dermatophytes, protozoa, mites, and bacilli.
  • Diagrammatic detailed structure of skin, dermo-epidermal junction, hair, nail, human immunodeficiency virus (HIV),and corona viruses.
  • Microphotographs and diagrammatic histopathology of certain common conditions
  • MCQs in relation to treatment options for a particular patient.
  • MCQs in relation to common side effects of certain drugs.
  • Answers to MCQs have been given with:
  • Details of features contributing to correct option.
  • Details of incorrect options.
  • Reference of image of incorrect options.

Detailed cellular structure of skin is also included.

  • A brief account of approach to diagnosis in dermatology is given, for reference to readers.
  • Trade names and pharmacological names of commonly used drugs in dermatology have been given in a tabulated form in a separate chapter.

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