Can you spot the x-ray evidence to detect the suspected diagnosis?
What's the matter with these kids? Get a close look at and a brief overview of seven common dermatoses seen in childhood.
The lesions may mimic infectious, vascular, inflammatory and other ulcers; they do not respond to antibiotics and debridement often exacerbates the ulcer.
Symptoms closely resemble "strep" throat but suspicion for Lemierre should run high when pharyngitis and fever persist.
Asthma and allergy symptoms, lupus, Lyme disease, Rocky Mountain spotted fever, southern tick–associated rash illness—several seasonal disorders are brought to light in this concise slideshow.
Patients with dermatitis herpetiformis should be referred for consultation with a gastroenterologist for evaluation and follow-up.
This self-limited albeit recurrent condition is often triggered by antigenic stimuli, including infections, most often HSV, and medications.
The history of T-wave inversions, normal variant (or benign) causes, ST segment elevation myocardial infarction, hyperkalemia, Wellens’ syndrome, proximal left anterior descending artery occlusion—an evaluation of ECGs and what stories they can tell you.
Allergic contact dermatitis, drug-induced hypersensitivity syndrome, Stevens-Johnson syndrome, metastases to the skin, tinea versicolor, lichen spinulosus—a look at cutaneous conditions and their underlying causes.
Optic nerve dysfunction and neurosarcoidosis, orbital inflammatory syndrome, herpes simplex conjunctivitis, iritis caused by neurosyphilis, proptosis—a close look at ocular conditions and underlying causes.