A woman presents with a rash affecting her legs that she first noted approximately 2 years ago.
A man presents with pain in his left shoulder after he fell off of his tractor.
The poor overall prognosis of ALM likely is due to a delayed diagnosis and not because it acts more aggressively than other melanomas.
Conditions to consider in the differential diagnosis of blastomycosis include cutaneous infections, inflammatory dermatoses, and neoplasms.
A man presents for evaluation of a rash on his chest, abdomen, and back that has not resolved despite a 2-week course of cetirizine.
A woman presents with pain in her left knee despite undergoing a total knee replacement 24 years ago.
A child with a molluscum contagiosum infection in the knee area presents with a bumpy rash on his face, elbows, and knees.
A man with back pain that has been present for 3 months presents for assessment.
A man presents with a nodular growth on his trunk that has gradually increased in size in the past 10 years.
A young woman presents with hip and knee pain on the left side that is intensified during her long shifts as a waitress.