The condition is common but seen infrequently in primary care practice. Take this quiz for a quick refresher.
A 10-year-old boy presents with a history of nummular eczema and a recent 2-week history of a widespread rash. He has lichen planus, a challenging diagnosis because the differential is broad and, while common, the condition is seen infrequently in primary care practice.
Take this quick quiz to brush up on dermatology basics and the specifics of this inflammatory disease.
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The correct answer is C. Purple, Polygonal, Pruritic, Planar, Papules, Plaques
The correct answer is B. Fifth disease
The correct answer is A. True
The correct answer is D. A, B, and C
The correct answer is B. 10%
The correct answer is A. The onset usually is chronic.
The correct answer is D. 8-12
The correct answer is B. False
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