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    Multiple choice question

    Muir-Torre syndrome is an autosomal dominant disorder that is due to mutation in mismatch repair genes (MSH-2, MLH-1, MSH-6, PMS-2) with resultant microsatellite instability.

    Which of the following is of greatest concern for associated Muir Torre syndrome?

    2015 38 Leishmaniasis

    Multiple choice question

    A biopsy is submitted of an ulcerated crusted nodule.  It reveals parasitized histiocytes. 

    Of the following, which is the most likely diagnosis?

    Tammie Farringer question #4

    Multiple choice question

    Excisional biopsy of a draining sinus reveals a suppurative infiltrate with pigmented grains.  Of the following, which is the most likely diagnosis?

    Tammie Farringer question #3

    Multiple choice question

    Myiasis is infestation of tissue by Diptera larvaClinical presentations include wound and furuncular myiasis.  Furuncular myiasis occurs at the bite of an insect, most commonly due to Dermatobia hominis in warm humid, low land forests of Central and South AmericaThe female glues her eggs to the abdomen of a captured insect.  This vector then bites the host.  The larvae sense the change in temperature, detach, and burrow into the subcutaneous tissue through the bite or a follicle.  The larva grows and matures over 6-8 weeks before emerging.  The larva has an undulating thick chitinous wall with 2 to 6 rows of dark pigmented setae that prevent dislodgement. 

     Myiasis is infestation of tissue by:

    2015 39 Spirometra

    Multiple choice question

    Nematodes or round worms contain a “tube within a tube” or a gut. Cestodes (flat worm/tapeworm) have a secretory tegument but no gut. The worm depicted below lacks a gut.

    It is which one of the following?

    Dr. Tammie Farringer's Question #2

    Multiple choice question

    Although the tumor necrosis factor (TNF) inhibitors are sometimes used to treat psoriasis, paradoxical psoriasiform eruptions not uncommonly result from use of these drugs in patients with inflammatory bowel disease or rheumatoid arthritis without a history of psoriasis.  It may be due to disruption of the cytokine balance by TNF blockage allowing unopposed IFN-alpha production by plasmacytoid dendritic cells.  Which of the following is most likely to cause a psoriasiform eruption?

    2015 40

    Multiple choice question

    Lyme disease is caused by the spirochete Borrelia burgdorferi.  It is transmitted to humans through the bite of infected black legged ticks (Ixodes), including Ixodes scapularis (deer tick or black legged tick) and Ixodes pacificus (western black legged tick). In contrast, Dermacentor ticks transmit Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever. Amblyomma americanum (lone star tick) transmits human ehrlichiosis and tularemia. 


    The adult female tick that typically transmits Lyme disease, is characterized by which of the following features?

      

    2015 Dermpedia Course: Common Areas of Interest for Dermatopathologists and Surgical Pathologists SAM (10 SAM Credits)

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    Everybody can take the test but only participants of 2015 Course: Common Areas of Interest for Dermatopathologists and Surgical Pathologists: Infectious Diseases, Mucosal (Oral, Genital, Ophthalmic) Pathology, Melanoma and Critical Diagnoses in a Hospital Setting should claim American Board of Pathology Maintainance of Certification Self-Assessment Credits (SAMs).

    Participants who only attended Saturday sessions as part of Arizona Society of Pathologist's Spring Meeting should take a different test which is available by clicking on http://www.dermpedia.org/2015-arizona-society-of-pathologists-spring-meeting

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    Community Medical Centers has been approved by the American Board of Pathology to provide Self-Assessment Modules (SAMs). SAMs are a specific form of Category 1 CME required by the ABP as part of its Maintenance of Certification Program.

    The test questions cover 10 hours of instruction at the Course, so successful participants can claim 10 SAM Credits.

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