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Dermatitis Herpetiformis

Patients with this rash need to see a gastroenterologist for evaluation and follow-up. Here's why.
 

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The young man is missing school because he is self-conscious about the hypopigmented lesions on his arms, back, and chest. Can you make the diagnosis?

The patient says the incidental finding appeared in adulthood and has been stable for years. Can you identify this reticulated erythema?

What are the characteristics of this blistering rash caused by exposure to UV light?

Phototoxicity, venous lakes, polymorphic light eruption, keratoacanthhoma—this photo essay brings common solar scourges into focus.

Is this pruritic lesion just unsightly, or is it indicative of a dangerous condition? Test your acumen in this quiz.

lesions that bleed with minimal trauma

Two lesions have been slowly expanding on an older man’s chest for 2 years. What is the problem? This and questions on 3 other topics in this quiz.

Histopathology, enoxaparin dermatosis

This is a very distinct, rare, and remarkable hemorrhagic rash, first recognized in 2006, with 7 known cases reported in the literature.

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