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

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These 2 patients presented with a swollen hand and rapidly proximally progressive edema secondary to a bite. What creature did the biting?

This radiograph from a 53-year-old woman revealed esophageal stricture with proximal dilatation in addition to pneumoperitoneum. Pneumatosis cystoides intestinalis (PCI) was diagnosed.

Reactions range from mild and localized to life-threatening and even fatal. All bites must be treated as true emergencies.

A 60-year-old homosexual man presented to the outpatient clinic with a 3-day history of facial rash associated with pain. The rash did not affect any other part of the body. He was not currently taking any immunosuppressive medication. What’s your diagnosis?

A 58-year-old man asks about this painless lesion on his left third digit. It does not itch, burn, or sting and there are no other similar lesions. He had a history of basal cell carcinoma on the arm and several more recent actinic keratoses on his scalp. What’s your diagnosis?

This annular violaceous plaque, which had been present for a few months, was unresponsive to treatment for tinea corporis with topical antifungals. Which of the following statements is true?

A 26-year-old man reports worsening fatigue and weakness for a few months. The patient’s father and grandfather had colon cancer when they were in their 40s. Colonoscopy revealed innumerable polyps carpeting the mucosa from the rectum to the cecum. Your diagnosis?


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