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EGFR Inhibitor Sun Sensitivity

Therapies that target specific pathways or proteins in cancer cells are especially noted for dermatologic events, which affect up to 90% of treated patients.
 

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Bilateral tiny lumps in a 4-month-old boy's heels are making his mother anxious. Get a close look at the lesions and enter your Dx.

Topical steroids and antifungals have not only failed to resolve the bilateral rash; the teen says they’ve made it worse. Your Dx?

A young teen presents with an acne outbreak that is uncharacteristic for her. What are the clues to the diagnosis in the PMH?

A young athlete presents with multiple moles on his chest and back. What’s a primary care physician to do? Test your knowledge with this quiz.

Three-year-old boy has rash x7 days on arms and legs plus low-grade fever x10-14 days. Is the eruption anomaly or simply ordinary?

What's the matter with these kids? Get a close look at and a brief overview of seven common dermatoses seen in childhood.

What is in your differential diagnosis for a thin brown line of parallel bands, regular in width that span nail fold to free nail edge?

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