Author | Raymond Kuwahara, MD

Articles

Seborrheic Dermatitis and HIV

September 14, 2005

This 27-year-old man complained that a facial rash of several years' duration had worsened during the past few months. Hypopigmented macules with scale were especially prominent on the eyebrows and in the nasolabial folds; a moderate amount of scale was noted on the scalp. The patient was seropositive for HIV.

Varied Presentations of Tinea Versicolor: Case 4 Long-standing Tinea Versicolor

March 01, 2004

A 32-year-old African American man presented with an asymptomatic rash of 10 years’ duration.The patient reported that eruption abated during the winter.

Punctate Porokeratosis

September 15, 2003

A 38-year-old African American man presented with a 10-year history of a solitary “wart” that had not responded to over-the-counter acid treatments. No other lesions were noted on the patient. Based on the clinical appearance, punctate porokeratosis was diagnosed.