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Granuloma Annulare and Bell Palsy

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Test your skills in this 5-question quiz.QUESTION 1: A 16-year-old boy presented with an extremely pruritic rash on the elbows, at the wrists, and on the top of the hands. This is classic for granuloma annulare.  Courtesy of Ted Rosen, MD

Test your skills in this 5-question quiz.QUESTION 1:

A 16-year-old boy presented with an extremely pruritic rash on the elbows, at the wrists, and on the top of the hands. This is classic for granuloma annulare. 


Courtesy of Ted Rosen, MD

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QUESTION 2:

Preventing a virus from infecting a young child or an infant is a particular challenge; their immune systems are new and they are surrounded by germs.

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QUESTION 3:

A 14-year-old girl presented with a 1-week history of right-sided facial numbness. She woke up one morning with right ear pain, which was followed the next day by progressive paresthesia of the right side of her face. The patient denied any recent head injury and she was otherwise asymptomatic. Her vital signs were within normal limits for her age.


Courtesy of Daniel Ivan, MD

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QUESTION 4:

In the newborn nursery, an abnormality of the cranium of a full-term, 39-week gestational-age boy was noted on palpation. The infant was found to have a wormian bone.


Courtesy of Emily Osier, MD, Susan Bacsik, DO, Gregory Jackson, MD, Laura McClendon, MD, Dorothy Sendelbach, MD, and Elizabeth Kaili Stehel, MD

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QUESTION 5:

An otherwise healthy 1-week-old was examined for diaper rash that presented as perianal redness with shallow ulcerations, ulcerated papules, and islands of re-epithelialization.


Courtesy of Hafez A. Nasr, MD and Duane C. Tucker, MD

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ANSWER KEY:

Question 1. Answer: a

Question 2. Answer: d

Question 3. Answer: c

Question 4. Answer: c

Question 5. Answer: b

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