Hyperbilirubinemia and Diffuse Skin Lesions in a Woman with Diabetes, CVD
Can you identify the cause of the hyperpigmented umbilicated lesions seen bilaterally on the patient's extremities and on her back?
Ulcer with an Undermined Edge
The rapidly expanding lesion began as a small boil in the center of the ulcerated area 4 weeks ago. What underlying process do you suspect?
Pyoderma Gangrenosum: An Uncommon Cause of Cutaneous Ulceration
The lesions may mimic infectious, vascular, inflammatory and other ulcers; they do not respond to antibiotics and debridement often exacerbates the ulcer.