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Psoriasis: Quiz

  
  
  

Question 1: PUVA is associated with nausea, ________, fatigue, burning, and itching.
HeadacheTension headacheMigraineCluster headache

Question 2: This section describes each type (with ________ code [5]).
International Statistical Classification of Diseases and Related Health ProblemsDiagnosis codesClinical coderMedical classification

Question 3: Most of them involve the immune system, particularly the major histocompatibility complex (MHC) and ________.
T cellT helper cellCytotoxic T cellRegulatory T cell

Question 4: Certain medicines, including lithium salt, beta blockers and the ________ chloroquininine have been reported to trigger or aggravate the disease.
ChloroquineAntimalarial drugQuinineClindamycin

Question 5: Climatotherapy involves the notion that some diseases can be successfully treated by living in a particular ________.
MeteorologyClimateRainPrecipitation (meteorology)

Question 6: [22] In addition, HIV is typically characterized by a strong Th2 ________ profile, whereas psoriasis vulgaris is characterized by a strong Th1 secretion pattern.
ChemokineInterleukinCytokineCD154

Question 7: Psoriasis can also cause inflammation of the joints, which is known as ________.
LymphadenopathyErythema nodosumPsoriatic arthritisCellulitis

Question 8: The three main traditional systemic treatments are methotrexate, ________ and retinoids.
SirolimusMycophenolic acidTacrolimusCiclosporin

Question 9: In hospitals, ultraviolet light treatment is frequently combined with topical (coal tar, calcipotriol) or systemic treatment (Retinoids) as there is a ________ in their combination.
5-HydroxytryptophanSynergyMDMALysergic acid diethylamide

Question 10: Plaques frequently occur on the skin of the elbows and ________, but can affect any area including the scalp, palms of hands and soles of feet, and genitals.
Lower limbKneeHipHuman leg
















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