A 14-year-old with an odd facial rash has vocal outbursts at school, especially when teased and at home when stressed. What’s wrong? Your Dx?
Jonathan A. Schneider, DO
Two young girls present with nearly identical forehead lesions and mild alopecia. Do you recognize these signs? Can you Dx?
Test your visual diagnostic skills with an up-close look at 3 papulosquamous rashes and see if you can make a Dx match.
Three siblings share a scaly, lizard-like rash. Neither parent has the condition. What do you think this could be?
Three-year-old boy has rash x7 days on arms and legs plus low-grade fever x10-14 days. Is the eruption anomaly or simply ordinary?
A teen boy has tried everything for his "zits" without improvement. Take a close look at the eruption. Acne? Or, something else? Another Case Study from the Clinic.
Patient also has fever, fatigue, and nonpainful nodules with the rash, which is worse after exertion. What is your diagnosis?
Increasing fatigue and muscle weakness now keep this 7-year-old from interaction with her peers. Get the details and a closer look at the rash. Your Dx?
A teen athlete comes in for his preseason physical. Everything looks good until he lifts up his shirt.
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?