Derm

CARD 1

Name the stage of the decubitus: Full-thickness loss of skin with extension into subcutaneous tissue but not through the underlying fascia.

CARD 2

Name the stage of the decubitus: Intact skin with signs of impending ulceration and erythema that does not blanch with pressure.

CARD 3

Name the stage of the decubitus: Full-thickness loss of skin and subcutaneous tissue and extension into muscle bone tendon or joint capsule.

CARD 4

Name the stage of the decubitus: Partial-thickness loss of skin involving epidermis and possibly dermis.

CARD 5

Where do lower extremity ulcers due to arterial insufficiency most commonly occur?

CARD 6

Where do lower extremity ulcers due to diabetes most commonly occur?

CARD 7

Where do lower extremity ulcers due to venous stasis most commonly occur?

CARD 8

What disorder is most likely with asymptomatic hyperpigmentation of the face of a pregnant woman?

CARD 9

What percentage of body area had been burned in a patient with burns to the chest and abdomen?

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