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

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A 46-year-old woman presented with the new onset of a slightly stinging and burning, expanding patch on the upper abdominal skin. Your diagnosis?

A 43-year-old man had left eye irritation for 2 weeks. He denied trauma, headache, eye discharge, fever, cough, or vomiting; he had mild photophobia and slightly blurred vision. Your Dx?

These asymptomatic plaques developed on the legs of a 59-year-old woman with diabetes mellitus and pulmonary sarcoidosis. Biopsy showed a granulomatous infiltrate of epithelioid histiocytes and multinucleated giant cells surrounded by lymphocytes “layered” throughout the dermis. What’s your diagnosis?

This man had been taking vancomycin and piperacillin/tazobactam for 3 weeks for osteomyelitis. What does the rash look like to you?

This man was born with digital deformities. X-rays show absent middle and distal 2nd, 3rd, and 4th phalanges with tapering proximal phalanges and tapering of the distal 5th phalanx and distal 1st phalanx. No TBX5 gene mutation. What’s your diagnosis?

A 5-year-old boy had pain and weakness in his legs and had trouble climbing stairs. He had a dramatic rise in CPK followed by erythematous papules on the hands, as shown, and a rash around the eyelids. Which diagnosis is most likely?

A 6-year-old boy had a 1-month history of an intensely pruritic “rash” on the left dorsal foot and left lower leg. He had a recent history of walking barefoot on a beach in south Florida where dogs are allowed. What's your diagnosis?

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