Dermatologic Look Alikes
In Case 1, a 24-year-old woman presents to the clinic with a 4-month history of an erythematous annular lesion on the dorsal arm. In Case 2, a 47-year-old non-Hispanic white woman presents to the clinic with a history of a chest lesion for several years. Can you diagnose these conditions?
Read the Dermatology Look Alike and two Dermatology Clinics and complete the post test to earn 0.50 CE credits for Nurse Practitioners or 0.5 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit for Physician Assistants.
Two patients present with asymptomatic red lesions -- a 60-year-old man, whose lesion was present for five years before beginning to bleed, and a 27-year-old man whose lesion doubled in size during a two year period. Can you differentiate between the two?
A 54-year-old nurse and a 26-year old woman both present with bimalar facial rashes caused by two different things. Can you tell the difference?
Two patients present with facial pustules, a 35-year-old man and an 18-year old woman. Can you differentiate between these two different dermatologic conditions?
Two patients present with blisters. One has bilateral blister formation on the dorsum of the hands, the other has blisters on the foot, face and diaper regions. Can you differentiate between the two?