Featured Derm Dx
A 70-year-old woman presents for evaluation of an asymptomatic growth on her right wrist.
A 30-year-old Hispanic man requests laser removal of cosmetically bothersome coarse hairs on his lower extremity.
A 42-year-old avid tennis player is referred by his primary care provider for evaluation of a pigmented area on his right big toe nail.
A 91-year-old man is referred by his barber for assessment of a growth on his scalp. Although he had been told by a physician that it was “basal cell” cancer, he had no further follow-up.
A 56-year-old Hispanic man presents with a moderately itchy rash affecting his neck and lower cheek. Despite treatment with various steroid creams, the rash persisted.
A 63-year-old Hispanic woman presents with an abrupt onset of hair loss, first noted 6 weeks ago. Examination reveals diffuse thinning without evidence of scarring.
The patient is a 42-year-old man requesting removal of a growth located on his right armpit. He is moderately obese and gives no history of systemic disease.
A 44-year-old Hispanic man presents for evaluation of a rash of 2 days’ duration. Lesions originated on his face and rapidly spread to his trunk, back, and upper extremities.
A 47-year-old man presents for evaluation of a rash. The rash developed 24 hours after perioperative administration of vancomycin following a gunshot wound to the abdomen.