A man presents with a 1-year history of asymptomatic, pigmented lesions on the heel of his foot.
A woman presents with an itchy rash affecting both legs that has not subsided despite treatment with a variety of home remedies.
A man presents with itchiness of his chest and back for several weeks’ duration.
A man is referred for evaluation of a lesion on his upper arm that is bleeding and has rapidly increased in size.
A man presents with blisters that were originally diagnosed as genital warts.
A man presents for evaluation of lesions in his mouth that are painful, especially when speaking and eating.
A patient presents for evaluation of an asymptomatic lesion on his stomach that was first noted approximately 1 year ago.
A woman presents for evaluation of a rash on her arms, legs, and abdomen that has not relieved despite treatment with an oral antihistamine.
An elderly woman is referred for evaluation of a lesion on her back as well as a growth on her lower leg.
A man presents for evaluation of a growth on his left palm that was first noted approximately 1 year ago.