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DermDx: Pigskin-Like Rash on Neck

A 5-year-old Hispanic girl is evaluated for a growth on her neck. Her parents state that the lesion has been present since birth and continues to increase in size proportionate to her growth.

OrthoDx: Flexor Tendon and Digital Nerve Laceration

A 16-year-old teenager presents to the office after sustaining a laceration to his left ring finger. Examination finds very limited flexion of the proximal interphalangeal (PIP) joint and no active flexion of the distal interphalangeal (DIP) joint.

OrthoDx: Repeated Shoulder Dislocations

A 30-year-old electrician presents with recurrent right shoulder pain and instability after undergoing a Bankart repair 3 years ago. Recent MRI reveals a moderate Hill-Sachs lesion. What is the best treatment option?

DermDx: Growth on Finger

A 50-year-old man requests removal of a growth on his finger that was unsuccessfully treated at another practice with liquid nitrogen. What is the likely diagnosis?

OrthoDx: Ankle Fracture

A 36-year-old man presents to the emergency department with severe right leg pain after falling off the top of an 8-foot ladder. Radiographs are taken. What is the best treatment option?

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