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Actinic keratosis and squamous cell carcinoma often are clinically indistinguishable. Get tips on what to look for and how to treat.

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?

What is this 6-mm shiny nodule on the face of a fair-skinned woman with moderate-to-severe photo damage?

Primary care physicians will see many patients with early signs of nonmelanoma skin cancers. Test your visual diagnostic skills in this series.

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Use this short test to gauge how much you’ve learned about a condition that needs more primary care involvement.

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Comanaging RA and its comorbidities is just one of many directions primary care is likely to take. Part 4 of a Special Report.

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With a growing shortfall of rheumatologists, primary care may play a greater role in the initiation of long-term therapy. Part 3 of a Special Report.

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