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Therapies that target specific pathways or proteins in cancer cells are especially noted for dermatologic events, which affect up to 90% of treated patients.
A Tale of Two Tongues
Brothers present with residual findings from a bad bout of lower GI distress. Their tongues will speak for themselves. What's your Dx?
Face Facts: An 8-Question Derm Quiz
Take this brief quiz to test your knowledge of skin diseases that may occur on and around the face.
Multiple Nevi on a Young Man
The teen presents for an annual physical. You note asymmetric papular lesions that cover his trunk. What is your diagnosis?
A Mysterious Case of Tummy Pimples
A few days after a homecoming party a 17-year-old girl presents with a pruritic rash at her waist and on her upper arms. What went on?
An 8-Question Melanonychia Quiz
A teen’s pigmented fingernail was not a cause for alarm but did present a teaching opportunity. Take this brief quiz to test your knowledge.
Saving Face: 7 Frontal Dermatosis Cases
Get an upfront view of irritating dermatologic conditions that often occur on and around the face.
The Case of the Very Sick Sailor
What is the cause of the severe, diffuse inflammation of skin, joints, and mucous membranes in this Persian Gulf patient?
Acute Widespread Rash in a 9-month-old Boy
What is the cause of this erythematous rash that appeared suddenly and spread rapidly on the child's trunk and extremities?
A 13-year-old Girl with a Vesicular Rash on Palms
VIDEO: The child's hands are chronically dry but the skin has recently begun to crack; vesicular rash appeared after an ocean swim. Dx?
Head-to-Toe Rash on a 17-year-old Boy
VIDEO: The non-pruritic rash began on his chest and spread rapidly over 3 days. Get a closer look; what's your diagnosis?
A Friable Lesion on the Neck of a 15-year-old Boy: Dx?
Video: The lesion bleeds easily and grows back quickly when "knocked off."
A Case of A Baby with Bumpy Feet
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.
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