Click through this slide summary for a look at some of the more significant approvals so far for primary care.
Pruritic Papulovesicular Rash on Lower Legs: Your Dx?
Here are key clues: an intensely pruritic rash on the lower legs that developed within hours after the patient walked through a grassy field near a lake.
A Few Lumps and Bumps of the Dermatologic Kind
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?
A Teenage Boy with Leg Shame
A 13-year-old is teased at school because of several coin-sized shiny spots that have appeared on both shins and will not heal. Dx?
A Mysterious Case of Bumps on the Beach
After a few days at play on the beach, young brothers present with similar erythematous eruptions on their abdomens. Can you Dx?
Head and Shoulder Lesions: Common Diseases, Uncommon Locations
Three cases of lesions often seen in primary care, 2 seen in uncommon locations. Test your visual diagnostic skills.
Lichenoid Eruptions: Can You Match that Rash with the Dx?
Test your visual diagnostic skills with an up-close look at 3 papulosquamous rashes and see if you can make a Dx match.
A Lump, Two Bumps, and One Odd Pigmentation
Can you identify these 4 lesions seen in a primary care setting? Should biopsy be performed on any? All? Test your visual diagnostic skills.
3 Suspicious Orofacial Findings
Three men over age 50 years, three different lesions: which would concern you?
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?
Climate Change Health Hazards Quiz
Test your knowledge of the products of climate change and the health effects they may have.