Q.1: Pterygium of nail is characteristically seen in:

Options:
A) Lichen planus
B) Psoriasis
C) Tinea unguium
D) Alopecia areata
Q.2: Which of the following is not a feature of Elastosis perforans serpiginosa?

Options:
A) Hyperplastic epidermis with basophilic nuclear debris
B) More common in males
C) More common in Lower part of body
D) AD mode with variable expression
Q.3: For erythrodermic psoriasis the treatment of choice is:

Options:
A) Systemic corticosteroids
B) Coal tar topically
C) Methotrexate
D) Retinoid
Q.4: Fordyce spots are ectopic:

Options:
A) Mucosal glands
B) Apocrine glands
C) Eccrine glands
D) Sebaceous glands
Q.5: Negative smear is seen in............... leprosy:

Options:
A) Borderline
B) Lepromatous
C) Neuritic type
D) Indeterminate
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