Skin Test
Christina P. Linton

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Journal of the Dermatology Nurses' Association
April 2011 
Volume 3  Number 2
Pages 100 - 101
 
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ABSTRACT
1. In what condition might you see "exclamation mark" hairs? a. Trichotillomania b. Telogen effluvium c. Alopecia areata d. Cicatricial alopecia2. Clinical symptoms that suggest early lidocaine toxicity include all the following except: a. Nausea b. Lightheadedness c. Visual disturbances d. Numbness of the tongue3. Nail pitting may be associated with numerous skin conditions, including all of the following except: a. Mycosis fungoides b. Alopecia areata c. Lichen planus d. Psoriasis4. In industrialized nations, which fungal strain is the most common cause of skin and nail infections? a. Microsporum canis b. Microsporum audouinii c. Trichophyton mentagrophytes d. Trichophyton rubrum5. When was the first official annual convention of the Dermatology Nurses' Association? a. 1979 b. 1982 c. 1987 d. 19936. What condition is associated with en coup de sabre? a. Lichen striatus b. Linea nigra c. Leukonychia d. Linear morphea7. During the wound healing process, which cell

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