Rose spots

Rose spots are seen in patients with

A. Dermatomyositis

B. Enteric fever

C. Rheumatoid arthritis


Rose spots are

A. Hemorrhagic macules

B. Bacterial emboli to the skin

C. Vasodilation

D. Localised immunological-mediated response to skin

What % of people shows ‘Rose spots’ in ‘Typhoid fever’?

A. 30%

B. 40%

C. 50%

D. 60%

Most common site for ‘Rose spots’

A. Face

B. Neck

C. Anterior Trunk

D. Extremities

When does ‘Rose spots’ appear in Typhoid fever?

A. First week

B. Second week

C. Third week

D. Fourth week

Rose spots typically last for

A. 1 day

B. 3 days

C. 7 days

D. 3 weeks

Rose spots typically occur as

A. Solitary lesion

B. Crops

C. Uniformly distributed

D. Groups of five to ten lesions

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