Image of the Week

Image of the Week: Hunting for deer and a diagnosis

Image of the Week: Hunting for deer and a diagnosis

An 18-year-old male begins having episodes of pruritus and erythematous plaques upon field-dressing a deer.

Image of the Week: Which malignancy is the greatest risk for this patient?

Image of the Week: Which malignancy is the greatest risk for this patient?

A 60-year-old woman presents with a new nonpruritic rash and muscle weakness. Her condition is associated with an increased risk ...

Image of the Week: A striking skin abnormality since birth

Image of the Week: A striking skin abnormality since birth

A 15-year-old boy presents with rough, corrugated plaques on his hands, wrist, feet, and ankles that has worsened over the ...

Image of the Week: Which drug might prevent this condition?

Image of the Week: Which drug might prevent this condition?

Following a myocardial infarction and coronary stent implantation, a 63-year-old man has an increased white blood cell count, an enlarged ...

Image of the Week: An abnormal growth and an incidental finding

Image of the Week: An abnormal growth and an incidental finding

An elderly patient presents with a mass on his tongue and multiple deep grooves dorsally and laterally.

Image of the Week: When a tight wedding ring suggests a rare diagnosis

Image of the Week: When a tight wedding ring suggests a rare diagnosis

A man’s complaint of a tight wedding ring leads to the diagnosis of an adenoma that can only be debulked, ...

Image of the Week: How 3D printing is being used to treat cancer

Image of the Week: How 3D printing is being used to treat cancer

Diagnosed with Ewing sarcoma and facing a total femur amputation, one man’s surgeon uses 3D printing to preserve his ability ...

Image of the Week: A heavy metal emergency

Image of the Week: A heavy metal emergency

Blue discoloration is seen on the gum line of this patient who reports spending the last 5 months renovating his ...

Image of the Week: Cutaneous cobblestone lesions

Image of the Week: Cutaneous cobblestone lesions

A procedure to treat burns applied 30 years ago resulted in these non-tender, punched-out lesions.

Image of the Week: A clinical clue appears at the bedside

Image of the Week: A clinical clue appears at the bedside

Following pituitary surgery, a blood-tinged stain appears on this patient’s pillowcase.

Image of the Week: Why is this pianist losing dexterity?

Image of the Week: Why is this pianist losing dexterity?

A 77-year-old pianist presents with a loss of dexterity and limited extension of the fingers of his dominant hand.

Image of the Week: A striking ocular abnormality

Image of the Week: A striking ocular abnormality

After ashes from this patient’s cigarette flew into his eyes, he presented with this striking abnormality.

Image of the Week: A dramatic cutaneous presentation

Image of the Week: A dramatic cutaneous presentation

This patient presents with large, nodular, erythematous lesions on only one leg.

Image of the Week: An extreme presentation

Image of the Week: An extreme presentation

A man presents with multiple erythematous plaques under his arm and on his chest.

Image of the Week: A rapid progression

Image of the Week: A rapid progression

A man with autism presents with new rapidly progressive nodular lesions on his trunk and limbs.

Image of the Week: A peripubertal anomaly

Image of the Week: A peripubertal anomaly

A teenager presents with a hairy plaque on his shoulder.

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