ITEMS IN AFP WITH KEYWORD:
Pruritus is the sensation of itching; it can be caused by dermatologic and systemic conditions. An exposure history may reveal symptom triggers. A thorough skin examination, including visualization of the finger webs, anogenital region, nails, and scalp, is essential. Primary skin lesions indicate d...
A man presented with a progressive pruritic rash affecting his entire body.
A patient presented with a crusted papule on the antihelix of the ear that had grown slowly over several years.
An infant is born with a yellowish linear plaque on the cheek.
A patient presented with a polypoid, unpigmented mass on the top of the head that was raised and asymmetrical with slightly irregular borders.
A patient presented with a pruritic, nonscaly, ring-like rash on the dorsa of both hands.
A patient presented with a painless, slow-growing lesion on her finger that had been present for several years.
A patient presented with a painless, non-pruritic rash involving his palms, soles, and tongue after undergoing chemotherapy.
A patient presented with a red, slightly raised papule on the anterior chest wall.