Skin reaction after progestogen implant case study
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Patient Case Study
Time to Complete
March 31, 2017
November 13, 2017
Dr Rajiv Ghurye, Dr Suma Sreeshyla and Dr Simon Giles describe an unusual cause of Koebner’s phenomenon. Key learning points for healthcare professionals include benefits of, and contraindications to, subdermal progestogen implants.
After completing this activity, healthcare professionals should be better able to:
Explain the benefits of subdermal progestogen implants
Understand the possible contraindications
Be aware of a potential increased risk of psoriatic lesions at the site of implant insertion
Activity authors Dr Rajiv Ghurye, Dr Suma Sreeshyla and Dr Simon Giles GPs Shanklin Medical Centre Isle of Wight UK
Test author Dr Ravi Ramanathan GP London UK
This is a learning activity provided by MIMS Learning, featuring learning material and a test. Completing the test enables you to claim 0.25 learning credits (0.25 hours learning). This credit award is recommended by MIMS Learning based on completing the activity and reflecting on what you have learned. If you spend less time on the activity we recommend claiming fewer credits.
Please proceed with the activity until you have successfully answered all the test questions and completed your evaluation. You will then receive your MIMS Learning CPD certificate, which will be added to your CPD organiser for access at any time and may be exported to the Clarity & RCGP Appraisal Toolkit for GPs.
Hardware and Software Requirements
A computer with an internet connection
Internet Browser: Internet Explorer 7.x or higher, Firefox 4.x or higher, Safari 2.x or higher, or any other W3C standards compliant browser
Additional Software: Adobe Flash Player and/or an HTML 5 capable browser maybe required for video or audio playback. PowerPoint or Adobe Acrobat Reader may occasionally be required