9 Pointed Questions on Lichenoid Eruptions

August 3, 2016

You will likely see these rashes in the course of primary care practice. Take this quick quiz to see what you know.

You will likely see these 3 lichenoid rashes-all asymptomatic and all in patients with noncontributory medical histories-in the course of primary care practice.

Take this quick quiz to test your knowledge of lichenoid dermatoses.

Note: If you would like more information on any of the questions, a link to the original article, “Lichenoid Eruptions: Can You Match That Rash with the Dx?” is provided on the last page of the quiz.

 

Question 1:

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The correct answer is C. Lichen nitidus

 

Question 2.

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The correct answer is A. Lichen spinulosus

 

Question 3.

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The correct answer is B. Lichen striatus

 

Question 4.

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The correct answer is A. Trauma or irritation of the skin (eg, scratching) elicits a primary lesion.

 

Question 5.

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The correct answer is C. Skin follicles in some disease states or with ethnic dark skin are much more visible.

 

Question 6.

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The correct answer is B. Progression, weeks to months; resolution, months to years

 

Question 7.

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The correct answer is D. A, B, and C

 

Question 8.

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The correct answer is A. Antibiotics

 

Question 9.

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The correct answer is B. False

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