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BOF: 37 (2.30)

A 35-year-old Japanese male presents with anterior uveitis. There is a history of recurrent oral ulceration and he has also had ulcers on his scrotum that have resulted in scarring.

To further investigate the patientís condition a 20 G needle is inserted into the skin of his forearm. A positive result in this test is:

a)      A blister appearing at the site if injury in 24-48 hours

b)      A weal appearing at the site of injury immediately

c)      Multiple petechiae appearing at the site of injury within 5 minutes

d)      A papule or pustule appearing at the site of injury within 24-48 hours

e)      An erythematous nodule appearing at the site of injury within 24-48 hours

 

 

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