GI Stromal Tumor in an 85-Year-Old

November 9, 2012

Skills Quiz: Celiac Disease; Dysplastic Nevus; MS and Smoking; Giannotti-Crosti; Minocycline discoloration

Test your skills in this 5-question quiz, starting here.

QUESTION 1:

Patients often live with celiac disease for a long time before receiving the diagnosis. An estimated 1.8 million people have celiac disease, many of whom are not being treated.

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QUESTION 2:

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This asymptomatic dark lesion appeared on the back of a 44-year-old man. There is a “notch” in the superior pole, as well as some mild degree of pigment heterogeneity. The family and past medical histories are non-contributory.

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QUESTION 4:

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This 6-year-old boy had Giannotti-Crosti syndrome.

QUESTION 5:



A 17-year-old girl with mild acne, anxiety, and depression presented with a persistent left ankle bruise. The lesion had appeared almost 2 years earlier following an injury. Her history included menorrhagia and frequent nosebleeds. Two months later, the discoloration had not faded, and the girl reinjured her ankle. The patient was taking escitalopram, olanzapine, and minocycline.

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ANSWER KEY:

Question 1. Answer: b

Question 2. Answer: a

Question 3. Answer: c

Question 4. Answer: b

Question 5. Answer: d