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A brief description of the clinical highlights and a single image: your best diagnostic guess? 

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The rapidly expanding lesion began as a small boil in the center of the ulcerated area 4 weeks ago. What underlying process do you suspect?

Weakness, nausea, abdominal pain, and a change in her skin color bring a nervous 31 y/o woman to see you. Your Dx?

The patient has similar lesions elsewhere on his body. Treatment with a topical steroid was unsuccessful. Can you ID?

An 11-year-old boy breaks out quite suddenly with a rash of papulosquamous lesions with a silvery scale. Can you Dx?

A summer tan failed to conceal this embarrassing rash on an 18 y/o boy’s arms, back, and chest. Can you make a diagnosis?

What are the characteristics of this blistering rash caused by exposure to UV light?

What figures into your differential of a slowly enlarging asymptomatic plaque, like the one on this child's hand?


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