Solitary plaque on dorsal hand

Audrey Chan, MD

A 29-year-old white male presented to the dermatology clinic with an eruption on the left hand that had been present for 1 week. He complained of tenderness to palpation. A review of systems was negative for fever, chills, or arthralgias.

The patient was otherwise healthy and reported being an avid hunter and fisher. The only medication he was ...