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Journal January 2013 (Vol 35, No 1)

NOTE: You have already passed this course.
NOTE: This course is no longer valid for accreditation purposes.

Dermatologic Emergencies: Identification and Treatment by Kathleen M. Kersey , DVM, DACVECC, Millie Rosales , DVM, DACVD, Brian K. Roberts , DVM, DACVECC

1. What is the characteristic histopathology finding used to diagnose EM?
2. Which of the following has/have been used to treat EM?
3. Which of the following has/have been reported to cause TEN?
4. Which statement is false with regard to TEN?
5. The most common proposed pathophysiology of cutaneous vasculitis is a type ____ hypersensitivity reaction.
6. Which statement is false with regard to cutaneous vasculitis?
7. Which of the following therapies is/are important in managing burn patients?
8. Which statement is false with regard to burn wound management?
9. The most common inciting cause of pyotraumatic dermatitis is
10. Which of the following may be involved in the pathogenesis of CDE?
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