Two infants present with dark patches on their lower backs.
A 48-year-old white man presents with papulosquamous cutaneous lesions that recently appeared on his chest, arms, and the dorsal aspects of his hands.
A 15-year-old white adolescent presents to the dermatology clinic with an asymptomatic rash on his upper back that has persisted for 4 months.
A woman presents for evaluation of an asymptomatic lesion on her thigh that was first noted approximately 2 months ago.
The clinical presentation of melanoma varies between patients, stage of diagnosis, subtype, and may initially present the same as any other pigmented macule or patch on the skin.
Observations and theories about the emergence of “COVID toes” in patients are discussed with Adam Friedman, MD, FAAD.
An international survey of clinicians assesses practices in prescribing oral propranolol for infantile hemangiomas.
A man is referred for evaluation of a pea-sized lump on his forearm.
A man is referred by his dentist for evaluation of a dark spot on the inside of his lower lip.
A patient presents for evaluation of an asymptomatic lesion below his lower lip that is gradually increasing in size.