Integumentary system Quiz #10, Vascular Skin Lesions  

1. A 6-month-old infant presents with a bright red, raised lesion on the back of the neck. The lesion was not present at birth but developed a few weeks later and has been slowly growing since. Which of the following is the most likely diagnosis? 

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2. A 30-year-old patient presents with a unilateral, flat, pink to purple lesion on the face that has been present since birth. This lesion is most likely: 

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3. A patient with a known history of liver cirrhosis presents with multiple small, spider-like vessels visible on the skin of the abdomen. These lesions blanch with pressure. This condition is best described as: 

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4. A patient with a history of HIV infection presents with multiple purple plaques on the lower extremities. Biopsy of a lesion shows spindle cells and endothelial cells forming slit-like spaces. The most likely diagnosis is: 

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5. An elderly patient presents with a rapidly enlarging, painful, purplish skin lesion on the scalp. A biopsy of the lesion reveals atypical endothelial cells with high mitotic activity. The most likely diagnosis is: 

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