Pt Assessment Test 2 (Skin)

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Skin discoloration present at birth and leaves a salmon patch
Nodules, plaques or patches that spontaneously resolve by age of 5
Presents as lesions on palms and between fingers; unexplained pruritis
Boggy nail may indicate
Cancer that develops over time, changes color/border/texture
Red-purple, non-blanchable, greater than 0.5 cm
Vesicle filled with purulent fluid
Cancer most commonly from sun exposure
White skin is caused by
Alopecia that results from tight hair braids
Liquid filled, change rapidly in size/shape and disappear within a few hours
3 characteristics of a dysplastic mole
3 characteristics of a normal mole
Red skin is caused by an increase in
Yellow skin is caused by an increase in
Most common type of skin cancer
Elevated, fluid filled, less than 1 cm
Honey-colored crusted lesions
2 organisms that cause cellulitis
Blue skin is caused by an increase in
Brown skin is caused by
2 organisms that cause impetigo
Chronic, pruritic inflammation; Itch that rashes
Elevated, solid, greater than 2 cm
Brown macules that appear as a result of sunlight exposure
Green/black discoloration of nail; Common with fake nails, caused by
Disease causing pallor of finger tips
Red-purple, non-blanchable, various sizes (bruise)
Non-blanchable, bluish spider
Caused by dilated superficial blood vessels; Appear around age 30
Painful/tender nodules on the lower legs
'Baby acne'
Thinning of skin
Elevated, circumscribed, deeper in dermis
Head lice can only
Bleeding under the nail
Benign, composed of fat
'Single herald patch'
Circumscribed, painful, smooth hard surface
Flat, non-palpable, greater than 1 cm
Excess skin moisture, particularly in seldom exposed areas are at high risk for
Red-purple, non-blanchable, less than 0.5 cm
Elevated, palpable, less than 1 cm
Fine, irregular red lines
Whitish discrete papules on the face of infants
Flat, non-palpable, less than 1 cm
Blanchable and spider-like legs
Have 'red dots' caused by HPV
Habit-tic deformity results in
If skin turgor is decreased, the patient is likely
Elevated, greater than 1 cm
Most common type of benign epithelial tumors
Deeper than furuncle, interconnecting abscesses
Elevated, fluid filled, greater than 1 cm
Disease causing warm, red skin
Bluish black to slate gray spots that are common in dark skinned babies
Found on weight-bearing areas, not tender
Unilateral, follows one dermatome and severe pain
Silvery-white scales and pink lesions are characteristic of

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