- Describe morphology of common skin conditions
- Recognize skin conditions for which acute intervention is required (e.g. melanoma, severe drug reactions and herpes)
- Identify and propose management plans for the following common skin conditions:
- Viral infections (herpes, viral exanthems)
- Fungal infections (tinea, candidiasis)
- Bacterial infections (impetigo, cellulitis)
- Counsel patients about sun safety
- Counsel patients on the ABCDEs of melanoma
Skin Conditions 1 Clinical Card
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Skin Conditions 2 Clinical Card
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The Generalized Rash Part I - Differential Diagnosis
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The Generalized Rash Part II - Diagnostic Approach
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Management of Acne Guidelines
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Sun Protective Behaviors in Populations at High Risk for Skin Cancer
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Cutaneous Malignant Melanoma
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