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?
Primary care physicians will see many patients with early signs of nonmelanoma skin cancers. Test your visual diagnostic skills in this series.
Use this short test to gauge how much you’ve learned about a condition that needs more primary care involvement.
Comanaging RA and its comorbidities is just one of many directions primary care is likely to take. Part 4 of a Special Report.
With a growing shortfall of rheumatologists, primary care may play a greater role in the initiation of long-term therapy. Part 3 of a Special Report.
RA symptoms invisible but harmful, mortality increases with RA, plus 6 more highlights from recent RA studies of interest to primary care.
Primary care physicians may contribute to improved outcomes by recognizing the signs and symptoms early on. Part 2 of a Special Report.