Rash began with one lesion followed by tender, disseminated eruption; fevers spiked to 102°F. Test your visual diagnostic skills.
Eve J. Lowenstein, MD, PhD
Eyelid bruising was observed on a 64-year-old woman during routine skin cancer follow-up. She denied trauma or pain. What does this look like to you?
A 68-year-old woman presents with a new 6-mm nodule with central ulceration and a rolled border on the right cheek. What's your diagnosis? How would you treat?
How would you approach diagnosis of this widespread, nonpruritic rash? Lab work? Skin tests? Or will history and physical findings suffice?
Urticarial wet plaque, smaller pink urticarial lesions on the temple and eyelid, eyelid edema, no vesicles or pain. What's your diagnosis?
Find out what you've learned after reading this month's Special Report articles on nonmelanoma lesions you may see in primary care practice.
The solitary, keratotic lesion has grown quickly over one month. Infection? Neoplasia? What else is in your differential diagnosis?
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?