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A patient presented with a painless, non-pruritic rash involving his palms, soles, and tongue after undergoing chemotherapy.
A patient presented with a painless, slow-growing lesion on her finger that had been present for several years.
A patient presented with a red, slightly raised papule on the anterior chest wall.
Topical corticosteroids are an essential tool for treating inflammatory skin conditions. These medications are classified by strength and the risk of adverse effects. The quantity prescribed depends on the duration of treatment, the frequency of application, the skin location, and the total surface area treated.
A patient presented with a small, firm nodule on the volar aspect of the interphalangeal joint of the left thumb.
A patient presented with a facial rash that was initially painless but developed a burning sensation.
A child presented with with a pruritic rash when on the palms when they were exposed to water.
Henoch-Schönlein purpura, now called immunoglobulin A (IgA) vasculitis, presents most commonly as nonthrombocytopenic palpable purpura, abdominal pain, and arthritis that may occur simultaneously or in sequence. It is the most common vasculitis in children but can occur in adults.
A man presented with several years of recurrent painful cysts and scarring, accompanied by severe pruritus and malodorous purulent discharge.