Therapies that target specific pathways or proteins in cancer cells are especially noted for dermatologic events, which affect up to 90% of treated patients.
Actinic Keratosis and Squamous Cell Carcinoma: Photodamage in Progress
Actinic keratosis and squamous cell carcinoma often are clinically indistinguishable. Get tips on what to look for and how to treat.
Three Suspicious Lesions on an Elderly Woman's Face
An 82-year-old woman presents for evaluation of an ear lesion--and receives a complete skin exam. Can you identify the 3 other lesions found?
A Pearly-pink Lesion on a 68-year-old Woman
What is this 6-mm shiny nodule on the face of a fair-skinned woman with moderate-to-severe photo damage?
Nonmelanoma Skin Cancer: A Primer for Primary Care
Primary care physicians will see many patients with early signs of nonmelanoma skin cancers. Test your visual diagnostic skills in this series.
A Suspicious Scaly Rash on a Young Sailor
Is the dermatology clinic seeing a "textbook" case here? What's your diagnosis?
A Boy with a Bald Spot on his Scalp, Returns
The lesion, seen first more than 10 years ago, is larger and has changed. It has not been followed. Your Dx? Next steps?
A Rare Recurrent, Red, Ringed Rash in a Young Girl
Patient also has fever, fatigue, and nonpainful nodules with the rash, which is worse after exertion. What is your diagnosis?
Acute Widespread Rash in a 9-month-old Boy
What is the cause of this erythematous rash that appeared suddenly and spread rapidly on the child's trunk and extremities?
A 13-year-old Girl with a Vesicular Rash on Palms
VIDEO: The child's hands are chronically dry but the skin has recently begun to crack; vesicular rash appeared after an ocean swim. Dx?
Progressive Rash and Arthralgias in a Teenage Male
PT Video: A short course of steroids was ineffective. He returns to ED c/o worsening joint and abdominal pain. Can you Dx?
Head-to-Toe Rash on a 17-year-old Boy
VIDEO: The non-pruritic rash began on his chest and spread rapidly over 3 days. Get a closer look; what's your diagnosis?
Unexplained Hair Loss in a 4-Year-Old Boy
The diagnosis of trichotillomania seemed certain, despite lack of supporting history. It turned out to be about 50% wrong.
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