Learning objectives: At the conclusion of this self-assessment learning activity, physician participants should be able to assess their own diagnostic and patient management skills with respect to those of their colleagues in the field, use the results of the self-assessment to help determine personal learning needs that can be addressed through subsequent CME involvement, and enhance their ability to comply with the requirements for certification in the specialty of dermatology. Instructions for Category I CME credit appear in the front advertising section. See last page of Contents for page number. Instructions: In answering each question, refer to the specific directions provided. Because it is so often necessary to provide information in questions occurring later in a series that give away answers to earlier questions, please answer the questions in each series in sequence.Le texte complet de cet article est disponible en PDF.
| The Self-Assessment examination is supported in part by an educational grant from the Procter & Gamble Company, Cincinnati, Ohio.
| *Members of the Self-Assessment Committee of the American Academy of Dermatology are Stuart J. Salasche, MD, Chair, Mary C. Spellman, MD, Vice-Chair, Allison T. Vidimos, MD, Vice-Chair, Hilary E. Baldwin, MD, Lisa A. Drage, MD, Robin Green, MD, Teri A. Kahn, MD, Paul A. Krusinski, MD, Jo-Ann Latkowski, MD, Vandana Sood Nanda, MD, Henry W. Randle, MD, Mary S. Stone, MD, and Julian J. Trevino, MD.