A22.1 Describe morphology of common skin conditions
A22.2 Recognize skin conditions for which acute intervention is required (e.g. melanoma, severe drug reactions and herpes)
A22.3 Identify and propose management plans for the following common skin conditions:
- Viral infections (herpes, viral exanthems)
- Fungal infections (tinea, candidiasis)
- Bacterial infections (impetigo, cellulitis)
A22.4 Counsel patients about sun safety
A22.5 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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