Three cases of lesions often seen in primary care, 2 seen in uncommon locations. Test your visual diagnostic skills.
Robert P. Blereau, MD
An up-close look and a short lesson on each of 7 dermatologic lumps and bumps. Would any of them give you cause for alarm?
Can you identify these 4 lesions seen in a primary care setting? Should biopsy be performed on any? All? Test your visual diagnostic skills.
In this diagnostic quiz: 3 photos of classic presentations of 3 different diseases in patients of 3 generations.
Get an upfront view of irritating dermatologic conditions that often occur on and around the face.
What's the matter with these kids? Get a close look at and a brief overview of seven common dermatoses seen in childhood.
Would any of the 7 lumps and bumps here give you cause for alarm? Get an up-close look and a short lesson on each.
This lesion on the posterior neck of a young woman was present since birth and recurred after electrodessication. Can you Dx?
After a “swig” of Kaopectate, this patient noticed tongue discoloration. Is this coincidental, or is there a clinical connection?
From lacy and reticular and limited to the cheeks, this rash quickly covered the child’s body and transformed into a solid rash. Your dx?