Okay, now let's do a quick review.
Again, I'll ask a question, feel free to pause the screen
and unpause it when you're ready to hear the answer.
Which pairing below is correct?
Alright, impetigo and cradle cap?
Cradle cap is what we should think of when we
hear about seborrheic dermatitis in children.
Pityriasis rosea and malassezia globosa?
Remember pityriasis rosea is actually an idiopathic condition
potentially associated with a virus but not with a fungus.
Candida and 'satellite lesions'?
That's the one where you can have these beefy-red
lesions and then these scattered lesions that are
detached away from a confluent area,
those are called satellite lesions
So I think that's gonna end up
being our final diagnosis here.
Tine corporis and 'greasy-looking'?
Greasy-looking should make you
think about seborrheic dermatitis.
And lastly, tinea versicolor and a 'herald patch'
A herald patch is one of the things that goes along with pityriasis
rosea, that precedes the appearance of the 'christmas tree'
So, our diagnosis is number 3.
Next question, which of the following
would have a negative KOH prep?
Alright, so the real question here is,
which of these is not caused by a fungus?
Candida is, tinea is,
pityriasis versicolor-it is, onychomycosis is,
vitiligo - an autoimmune condition
which will not have a positive KOH prep.
Final diagnosis, number 5.
And with that, i think we're done with fungi.