An up-close look and a short lesson on each of 7 dermatologic lumps and bumps. Would any of them give you cause for alarm?
Robert P. Blereau, MD
6 patients who presented with lumps, bumps, and spots. Your diagnoses?
Three cases of lesions often seen in primary care, 2 seen in uncommon locations. Test your visual diagnostic skills.
Can you identify these 4 lesions seen in a primary care setting? Should biopsy be performed on any? All? Test your visual diagnostic skills.
Three men over age 50 years, three different lesions: which would concern you?
Case # 3
In this diagnostic quiz: 3 photos of classic presentations of 3 different diseases in patients of 3 generations.
No labs, no biopsies, no imaging -- only your seasoned clinical judgement is required to make a diagnosis in this case.
Get an upfront view of irritating dermatologic conditions that often occur on and around the face.