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Revision Questions: Dermatological (Preview)
- List five medications which may cause photosensitivity.
- Specify the technical names for Burow’s solution and Condy’s crystals.
- Which of the following can be used for eczema: tar, ichthammol, cyclosporine, azathioprine, evening primrose oil
- True or false: pimecrolimus may be used for the treatment of eyelid dermatitis.
- Which is more potent: triamcinolone or mometasone?
- Some systemic photosensitisers include amiodarone, griseofulvin, NSAIDs, phenothiazines, methoxsalen, quinolones, retinoids, St John’s wort, tetracyclines and thiazides. Examples of topical photosensitisers include triclosan, coal tar derivatives, methoxsalen, retinoids and sulfonamides.
- Burow’s solution is aluminium acetate and Condy’s crystals is potassium permanganate.
- All except evening primrose oil. There is currently no evidence for the use of evening primrose oil for the treatment of eczema.
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