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Image IQ

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

Image IQ

A young mother’s “high coloring” consists of papular, flesh-colored lesions that resemble telangiectasia. Can you ID?

The 60-year-old black woman has a history of joint pain, muscle weakness, and Raynaud phenomenon. Why the “dirty hands”?

The patient’s reach with his thumb helps distinguish between frozen shoulder and osteoarthritis. How high is enough to tell?

We’ve stumped you before – and we’re trying again! Our 5 most challenging ImageIQs from 2015.

Can you identify the 2 slowly expanding growths on the chest of this 68-year-old man?

A 25-year-old man presents with progressive dysphagia to solids. You order an upper endoscopy. What do the results tell you?

The "bruise" arose after the 20-month-old bumped his cheek on a piece of furniture 1 month ago. Can you identify the lesion?

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