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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.

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The patient has similar lesions elsewhere on his body. Treatment with a topical steroid was unsuccessful. Can you ID?

Test your visual diagnostic skills, vote for your preferred Dx and treatment, and learn about 2 common annular lesions along the way.

An 11-year-old boy breaks out quite suddenly with a rash of papulosquamous lesions with a silvery scale. Can you Dx?

Case study: What would cause a shock of stark white in the center of this child's otherwise black head of hair? Your Dx?

The 89-year-old has used topical mupirocin twice daily for several weeks without improvement. Examine the images. What's your diagnosis?

A summer tan failed to conceal this embarrassing rash on an 18 y/o boy’s arms, back, and chest. Can you make a diagnosis?

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?


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