Week 4 quiz
Question 1 Which of the following is a noncandidal fungal infection?
Question 2 Which of the following is an “ABCD” characteristic of malignant melanoma?
Question 3 A 5-year-old child presents with discrete vesicles on an erythematous base (dew drops on a rose petal appearance) that began near her scalp and are spreading to the trunk. The child has a low-grade fever and feels tired. What is the nurse’s next action?
Question 4 Cherry angiomas are a common finding in:
Question 5 The skin repairs surface wounds by:
Question 6 As part of your health promotion education for a new patient, you explain that the risk factors for skin cancer include:
Question 8 Small, minute bruises are called:
Question 9 A 17-year-old student complains of a “rash for 3 days.” You note pale, erythematous oval plaques over the trunk. They have fine scales and are arranged in a fernlike pattern with parallel alignment. What is the nurse’s next action?
Question 11 A simian line seen in the palm of a small child may imply:
Question 12 The nurse inspects an annular lesion. What type of additional lighting source should be used for further assessment?
Question 13 The characteristic that best differentiates psoriasis from other skin abnormalities is the:
Question 14 Age spots are also called:
Question 15 The secretory activity of the sebaceous glands is stimulated by:
Question 16 A Dennie-Morgan fold is probably caused by:
Question 17 The most common cutaneous neoplasm is:
Question 18 Sally comes to your family practice clinic 24 hours after she lacerated her foot on an oyster shell. The wound is 4cm in length, shallow, and is on the sole of her foot. There is a small amount of bleeding on the dressing. She asks you to suture it closed because it keeps leaking blood. What is the best response?
Question 19 The rationale for suturing wounds includes:
Question 20 Wound infections are often cause by all of the following organisms except: