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قديم 10-06-2011, 10:52 PM
نورين نورين غير متواجد حالياً
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قديم 10-06-2011, 10:55 PM   رقم المشاركة : [2]
نورين
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April 1998

(paper 1)


1- Discuss fac-ial hypermelanosis.
2- Discuss benign tumours of surface epidermis.
3- give short account on the following:
a- omychomycosis.
b- annular erythemas.
c- hair cycle.
d- spitz's nevus.

(paper 2)

Give short account on the following:

1- Skin manifestations of hepatitis c virus infection.
2- Multi- drug therapy in leprosy.
3- action's syndrome.
4-Subcorneal pustular dermatosis.
5- PUVA.
6- Hidrocystomas.
7- Staphylococcal scalded skin syndrome.
8- Erythrasma.
9- Acniform eruption.
10- pathology of Darier's disease.


April 1999

(paper 1)


1- Discuss benign tumours of surface epidermis.
2- Discuss:
a- Pyoderma gangerenosum.
b- Hypersensitivity reactions.

3- Give short account on the following:
a- Coloured napkins.
b- Diseases of axillae.
c. Oral antifungal.


(paper 2)


1- Give a brief account on dermatitis herpetiformis (DH).
2- Give a brief account on tumours of sebaceous glands.
3- Give a brief account on:
a- treatment of acne vulgaris.
b- treatment of androgenic alopecia in wom-en.


November 2001

(paper 1)


Give an account on:
1- Necrobiotic disorders.
2-Melanocytic nevi.
3- Albinism.
4- Systemic retinoids.

(paper 2)


Give short account on:
1- Sarcoidosis of the skin.
2- Dermatologic diseases of the bre-ast and nip-ple
3- a- antineutrophil cytoplasmic antibodies (ANCA)
b- Pho-totherapy in psoriasis.
4- Discuss alopecia.

November 2002

(paper 2)


1- Give short account on:
a- Solar keratosis.
b- Dermatomyositis.
2- Give short account on:
Diagnosis of urticarial vasculitis. a-
b- Clinical features of porphyria cutanea tarda.
3- Cutaneous manifestation of pregnancy.
4- a- systemic steroid: mechanism of action and therapeutic uses of in dermatology.
b- Clinical types of cutaneous sarcoidosis.


2003

(paper 1)


Discuss the following:
1- Malignant melanoma in situ.
2- Xanthomatosis.
3- Mastocytosis.

(paper 2)


1- Give short account on:
Dermatomyositis. a-
b- oral retinoids.
2- Dermatoses of pregnancy.
3- Give short account on:
a- Henoch-schonelin purpura.
b- cicatricial pemphigoid.


April 2004

(paper 1)


Give an account on:
1- Clinical picture of leishmaniasis.
2- a- Darier's disease.
b- Metho-trexate in dermatology.
3- Dermatosis of pregnancy.
4- Bullous pemphigoid.



April 2005

(paper 1)



1- A case of Behect syndrome treated with azathioprine and systemic corticosteroids.
a- Write about other indications for using azathioprine.
b- What is major drawback of azathioprine.
c- Comment on mucocutaneous signs of Behect syndrome during pregnancy.
d- Write about cutaneous manifestation of this syndrome.

2- Femal patient 15 years old developed pustules mainly in axilla, groin and flexor aspect of limbs. The pustules showed annular arrangement with accu-mulation in the lower half of the pustule. No oral lesions. The pustule were strile in culture. Biopsy revealed subcorneal pustules containing neutrophile with occasional eosinophils. A few acntholytic cells was found in the pustule.The dermal papillae contain dilated capillaries with perivascular infiltrate composed of neutrophils. Direct immunofluoresence is negative.

a- What is your diagnosis?
b- What is differential diagnosis?
c- What is the treatment of this disease?
d- What is the prognosis of this disease?

(paper 2)


1- A meal patient 40 y old presented with scaly, crusted cutaneous erosion, often on an erythematous base. They are usually well demarcated and have a seborrheic distribution. He dose not have clinic-ally apparent mucosal involvement even with widespread disease. Histopathological picture revealed clefting in the upper spinous layer of the epidermis with several acantholytic cells detaching from the roof of the blister. In the active state of this disease direct immunofluorescence demonstrate 100% IgG deposition on the keratinocyte cell surfaces.

a- What is your diagnosis?
b- Comment on direct and indirect immunofluorescence in pemphigus vulgaris and pimphigus foliaceus?
c- Write about the differences between direct and indirect immunofluorescence?
d- Mention another specific method used to demonstrate the target molecule of the previous case?
e- prescribe the treatment of this case?


2-A femal patient presented to you with pho-tosensitive erythematous rash on the face.
a- What is the most important laboratory investigations you would like to do?
b- State three possibilities for her rash?
c- Review the options for oral and topical means for protecting her against further pho-tosensitive damage?


November 2005

(paper 1)


1- Discuss mixed conn-ective tissue disease.
2- Discuss pemphigus vulgaris.
3- Give an account on:
a- Itanercept.
b- Recent treatment of vitlligo.
c- Pompholyx.

(paper 2)


1- Discuss differential diagnosis of papulo-pastular skin lesions of the face.
2- Discuss physical urticaria
3- Give an account on:
a- Lupus vulgaris.
b- Kviem test.


June 2006

(paper 2)


1- Give an account on perforating collagenosis.
2- Discuss lupus vulgaris.
3- A young adu-lt patient with a recent history of streptococcal pharyngitis and subsequent rap-id onset of a shower of small (2mm-1cm) widespeard erythematous hyperkeratotic scaly macules and papules on upper trunk and proximal extremities. The scales are silvery white.

a- What is your diagnosis, differential diagnosis and treatment?
b- Mention other diseases caused by streptococci.

4- A 25 y old male patient presented with alopecia areata of the bread area.

a- Discuss diagnosis and differential diagnosis of alopecia areata.
b- Aetiology of alopecia areata.
c- Give an account on:
1- Treatment of the previous case.
2- Normal hair cycle (diagrammatica-lly illustrate the cycle).
d- Enumerate the causes of secondary cicatricial alopecia.


November 2006


(paper 1)


Answer only four questions

1- Skin care and management of atopic child.
2- Behect disease.
3- Female patient 60 y old had large bluish- red and dusky violaceous infiltrated nodules and plaques on the nose, fingers and hands. Skin biopsy revealed aggregates of epithelioid cell ( nak-ed tubercle) in the dermis.

a- What is your diagnosis?
b- Enumerate the classical forms of the disease.
c- treatment
4- Herpes gestations : clinical, pathology and treatment.
5- Give an account on:
a- Acantholysis.
b- retinoids and their uses in skin disease.
6- Give an account on:
a- Renal pruritis.
b- Subacute lupus erythematosus.

(paper 2)


Answer only four questions

1- Discuss the skin manifestations of inter-nal malignancy.
2 – Give an account on antiviral drugs.
3- Give an account on action 's syndrome.
4- Erythroderma ( causes and management)
5- Rosacea ( atiology, clinical picture and management).
6- Discuss the aetiopathogenesis of acne vulgaris and how to treat.




April 2007


(paper 1)


Answer only four questions

Give an account on:
1- Dermatosis of pregnancy.
2- Palisading granulomas.
3- Hirsutism.
4- Skin manifestations of HCV.
5- Pityriasis rubra pilaris.
6- Diagnosis and treatment of cutaneous leishmaniasis.

(paper 2)


Answer only four questions

Give an account on:

1- Erythroderma ( diagnsis and management).
2- Diagnosis of hypopigmented macules on trunk.
3- Indications of tetracycline in skin diseases, mode of action and side effects.
4- Aetiopathogenesis of acne vulgaris and how to manage.
5- Kaposi's sarcoma.
6- Systemic antifungals.


November 2007

(paper 2)


Answer only four questions

1- Short notes on types and treatment of urticaria.
2- Discuss acquired icthyosis.
3- Short account on topical retinoids.
4- Pathogenesis, clinical types and therapeutic modalities in acne vulgaris.
5- Short notes on:
a- wood's light.
b- Vogt-koyangi syndrome.
6- Discuss tinea capitis.


April 2008

(paper 1)


Answer only four questions

1- adu-lterythroderma. Discuss differential diagnsis and management.
2- Give an account on hair cycle. Discuss the conditions as-sociated with its disturbance.
3- Give an account on:
a- Motor involvement in herpes zoster.
b- Ig A pemphigus.
4- Give an account on dermatomyositis.
5- Give an account on diagnsis and management of urticaria.
6- cutaneous leishmaniasis. Discuss diagnsis and treatment.


(paper 2)


Answer only four questions

1- Give an account on Kaposi's sarcoma.
2- Give an account on bengin epidermal neoplas-ms.
3- Discuss the differential diagnsis of aquired hypomelanosis.
4- Give an account on lepra reaction.
5- Give an account on skin manifestations of inter-nal malignancy.
6- Give an account on pathogenesis and management of atopic dermatitis.

April 2009

(paper 1)


1- Discuss Aetiopathogenesis, clinical manifestations and management of rosacea.
Give an account on 2-
a- Subacute lupus erythematosus.
b- acanthosis nigricans.
3- Give an account on
a- leiomyoma. Clinical and pathological variants.
b- criteria for diagnosis of atopic dermatitis.

(paper 2)


1- cutaneous tuberculosis: clinical variants, pathology and management.
2- Give an account on:
a- lichenoid eruption.
b- Antimalarials: indications, mode of action and complications.
3- Give an account on:
a- Hailey Hailey disease.
b- Epidermodyspla-sia verruciformis.



نورين غير متواجد حالياً  
قديم 10-06-2011, 11:02 PM   رقم المشاركة : [3]
نورين
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افتراضي

Andrology




November 2001

(paper 2)


Give short account on:

1- Pathophysiology of varicocele and male infertility.
2- a- Indications of ICSI.
b- Haemospermia.
3- Intracorpor-eal injection (ICI).
4- Diagnosis of impotence.


April 2002

(paper 1)


1- laboratory diagnosis of HIV.
2- Give a brief account on non-gonococcal urethritis.
3- Give a brief account on genital ulcers.
4- Discuss cardiovascular syphilis.

(paper 2)


1- Give an account on Necrospermia.
2- Discuss arteriogenic impotence.
3- Discuss testicular sperm extraction (TESE).
4- Discuss Spermatogenesis and toxic-ity.



April 2003

(paper 1)


Give an account on

1- Indications of ICSI.
2- Varicocele effect on male infertility.
3- Leucocytospermia.
4- Causes and treatment of priapism.

(paper 2)


1- Differential diagnosis of genital ulcers.
2- vagi-nall discharge in an adu-lt female.
3- laboratory diagnosis of HIV.


December 2005

(paper 2)


1- Anatomy of erectile appar-atus and intracorporal circulation.
2- Discuss the peripheral and central control of ejaculation.
3- Varicocele and male infertility.
4- Haemospermia.


November 2006

(paper 1)


Answer only four questions

1- Discuss lymphogranuloma venereum.
2- Laboratory tests for diagnosis and prognosis of HIV infection.
3- Discuss Epididymitis.
4- Femal patient 25 y old complaind of 2 kising ulcers on the vulva. The ulcers were indurated and did not bleed easily. The patient had bilateral painless, inguinal lymphadenopathy.
a- What is your diagnosis?
b- Differential diagnosis.
c- treatment.
5- Male patient 25 y old complained of profuse yellowish urethral discharge, patient gave history of se-xual act since one week.
a- What is your diagnosis?
b- Investigations.
c- treatment.
6- Female patient presented with trichomoniasis.
a- Write a short account on caus-ative organism.
b- Write about the treatment of this case in preg-nant and non pregn-ant fem-ale.
c- could this disease be transmitted non- se-xually?

(paper 2)


Answer only four questions

1- Discuss diagnostic procedures of ED.
2- Discuss priapism.
3- Give an account on varicocele.
4- Discuss ART.
5- Discuss peyronie's disease.
6- A patient asked for comments on his se-men analysis report:
a- Give an account on standard se-men analysis.
B- Give an account on abnormalities in odor, liquefaction and PH of se-men.


April 2007

(paper 1)


Answer only four questions

1- The number of infected individuals with HIV is more than forty millions world wide, how to reduce new infections.
2- Discuss complications of gonorrhoea in female.
3- Discuss Chlamydia trachomatis infection.
4- Congenital syphilis.
5- Chancre versus chancroid, Discuss.
6- Herpes genitalis in female, Discuss.

(paper 2)


Answer only four questions

1- Anatomy of erectile dysfunction.
2- Priapism.
3- Varicocele.
4- Prem-ature Ejaculation.
5- Haemospermia.
6- Spermogram Evaluation.

April 2008

(paper 1)


Answer only four questions

Discuss:

1- Epididymitis.
2- Chronic prostatitis.
3- Non gonococcal urethritis.
4- Differential diagnosis of genital ulcers.
5- Serology of syphilis.
6- Pre- marital investigations.

(paper 2)


Answer only four questions

Give an account on :

1- Haemospermia.
2- Priapism.
3- mast-urbation: True and False.
4- Pathophysiology of varicocele.
5- Peyronie 's disease.
6- Normal semesters and interpretation.

April 2009


(paper 1)


1- Discuss genital ulcerations.
2- Discuss:
a- Bacterial vaginosis.
b- Management of Non gonococcal urethritis.
3- Discuss:
a- Bacterial prostatitis.
b- Stigmata of congenital syphilis.

(paper 2)


1- Discuss varicocele.
2- Give short account on :
a- Causes and management phosphodiestrase inhibi-tors (PDI).
b- Hyperprolactinemia.
3- Discuss:
a- Klinfilter 's syndrome.
b- Haemospermia.



نورين غير متواجد حالياً  
قديم 10-07-2011, 12:06 AM   رقم المشاركة : [4]
dr.mohamed
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بجد الف شكر دكتور نورين
وياريت حضرتك تكملى الموضوع
انك تكتبى الكلمات التى تظهر ب ****
لانه فى كلمات ممنوعة وانا اضبطها
لوتكتبيها بحروف منفصلة
ككل بالترتيب وابقى اضبطها باللى فوق
وشكرا ليكى مرة اخرى
واتمنى اى احد يقدر يعمل ول امتحانات لاى جامعة فرست او سكند
يعمله لو عنده وقت يكون له فائدة للموجود ومن ياتى للموقع ويستفيد منه ان شاء الله
وربنا يوفقك



التوقيع: الموقع يقدم تعريف بسيط خاص بالامراض الجلدية ولايغنى عن استشارة طبيبك (اذا كنت تعانى من مرض جلدى اذهب الى اقرب طبيب جلدية) ولا نقوم بكتابة روشتات علاج او وصفات ادوية
موقع أطباء الجلدية لا يشكل بديلاً عن الاستشارة الطبية الاختصاصية

قم بزيارة الشكل الجديد لمجلة الموقع من خلال الرابط التالى

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قديم 10-08-2011, 02:56 AM   رقم المشاركة : [5]
نورين
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بص يا دكتور محمد أنا عدلت الكلمات اللى ظهر فيها النجوم بالطريقة دى شوف كدة كويس ولا حضرتك تعدلها من عندك بطريقة تانية


April 1998 (paper 1)
1- Discuss (fa ci al) hypermelanosis.

April 1999 (paper 2)
b- treatment of androgenic alopecia in (wo me n).

November 2001(paper 2)
2- Dermatologic diseases of the (br ea st) and (ni pp le).

April 2005 (paper 2)

1- Case : …………….Histopathological picture revealed clefting in the upper ( sp in ous) layer of the epidermis…….


June 2006 (paper 2)

3- Case: A young (ad ul t) patient with a recent history of streptococcal pharyngitis and subsequent (ra pi d) onset………….


November 2006:

(paper 1)


3- Case : …………Skin biopsy revealed aggregates of epithelioid cell ( na ke d) tubercle in the dermis.

b- Enumerate the (cl a ss ical) forms of the disease.

(paper 2)

1- Discuss the skin manifestations of (in te rn al)
malignancy.

April 2008

(paper 1)


1- (ad ul t) erythroderma. Discuss differential diagnsis and management.

(paper 2)

2- Give an account on bengin epidermal (neo pla sm s ).

5- Give an account on skin manifestations of (in te rn al) malignancy.


Andrology

April 2002 (paper 2)
4- Discuss Spermatogenesis and (to xi ci ty).

April 2003 (paper 2)
2- (va gin a l) discharge in an (ad ul t) female.

December 2005 (paper 2)
1- Anatomy of erectile (app ar at us) and intracorporal circulation.

November 2006 (paper 1)

b- Write about the treatment of this case in (pr eg n ant) and non (pr eg n ant fe ma le).



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قديم 10-08-2011, 04:13 PM   رقم المشاركة : [6]
dr.mohamed
عابر سبيل
 
افتراضي

شكرا دكتورة تم التعديل



التوقيع: الموقع يقدم تعريف بسيط خاص بالامراض الجلدية ولايغنى عن استشارة طبيبك (اذا كنت تعانى من مرض جلدى اذهب الى اقرب طبيب جلدية) ولا نقوم بكتابة روشتات علاج او وصفات ادوية
موقع أطباء الجلدية لا يشكل بديلاً عن الاستشارة الطبية الاختصاصية

قم بزيارة الشكل الجديد لمجلة الموقع من خلال الرابط التالى

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قديم 10-08-2011, 07:20 PM   رقم المشاركة : [7]
نورين
Senior Member
 
افتراضي

ربنا يكرمك يادكتور محمد

انا لاقيت اسئلة ديرما نوفمبر 2010 كمان فقلت اكتبها


November 2010

Paper 1


1- Dermatomyositis is a major health problem.
a- Describe the cutaneous manifestations.
b- What are the investigations required to diagnose and monitor this condition?
c- How to treat this condition (all possible lines to treatment)?

2- A 19-month old bo y presented with large, multiple, pigmented patches affecting trunk in symmetrical distribution. There was history of pruritus and urticarial rash.
a- What is the provisional diagnosis and aetiopathogensis of this condition?
b- What are the possible investigations to conf irm your diagnosis?
c- How would you manage this case?

3- Compare between the follwing diseases:
a- Kaposi and pseudokaposi.
b- Type 1 and type 2 lepra reactions.
C- Bullous pemphigoid and epidermolysis bullosa acquisita.

4- Eye is involved in the following diseases, mention the eye manifestations in each:

a- Neurofibromatosis.
b- pseudoxanthoma elastic um.
c- Albinism.
D- Rosacea.
E- Behect syndrome.
f- Sarcoidosis.

5- Orificial tuberculosis affects orifices in tuberculous patients.
a- What is the clinical differential diagnosis of this case?
b- What are the conf irmatory investigations?
c- How can you treat this case?


Paper 2

1- A 10 y old female child presented with persistent hypopigmented patches of 6 months duration covering about 10% of the body surface area. The lesions were pruritic and the histopathological study showed atypical lymphocytes in the epidermis.

a- What is the diagnosis?
b- What is the clinical differential diagnosis?
c- Mention the other clinical types of the diseases?
d- enumerate different treatment lines of this case?

2- A 38 y old man presented with a 10 week history of sudden onset of non pruritic eruption on his face, trunk and proximal extremities. On examination the affected areas showed multiple discrete 2-4mm yellow-orange papules. Histologically revealed normal epidermis and papillary dermis, aggregate of plump lipid-laden histocytic cells in reticular dermis.

a- What is the diagnosis?
b- What is the clinical differential diagnosis?
c- Mention the other clinical varieties of this condition?


3- A 42 y old wom-en was diagnosed as suffering from multicentric reticulohistocytosis.

a- What is expected clinical and microscopic picture in such a case?
b- What is the clinical differential diagnosis and prognosis for this case?

4- Give an account on:
a- Causes of acquired icthyosis.
b- Potential application of glycerol in dermatology
c- Management of suppurative hidradenitis

5- Compare between:
a- Black piedra and white piedra.
b- Botryomycosis and actinomycosis.
c- Erysipelas and erysipeloid

6- What is the first line systemic therapy for the following disease: (with refernce to drug doses, side effects and pre-drug investigations)

a- nodulocystic acne.
b- Discoid lupus erythematosus
c- Erythrodermic psoriasis
d- tuberculoid leprosy.



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قديم 08-28-2014, 03:25 PM   رقم المشاركة : [8]
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