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Dermatology Quiz

A baby with a yellow-red lesion on the back

Fig 1. Plaque
Figure 1. The yellow-red plaque on the back.

A 9-month-old girl presents with a raised yellow-red lesion on her back.

Painful eroded blisters on the hands

Fig 1. Hand lesions.
Figure 1. The nodular and ulcerated lesions with a purulent base.

 An 80-year-old woman presents with painful eroded blisters on her hands.

A scaly brown rash on the lower legs

Fig 1. Scaly brown rash.
Figure 1. The scaly brown rash on the patient’s lower legs.

A 45-year-old man presents with a scaly brown rash on his lower legs.

White macular lesions on a girl’s back

Fig 1. Back lesions.
Figure 1. Hypopigmented macules on the back (case patient).

A 7-year-old girl presents with a small number of hypopigmented macules on her back.

A macular, speckled and melanocytic lesion

Fig. Lesion on back.
Figure. The lesion on the patient’s back.

A 15-year-old boy presents with a large speckled lesion on his back.

A teenage girl with hyperpigmented axillary skin

Fig. Hyperpigmentation.
Figure. Hyperpigmented and thickened skin on the axilla.

A 14-year-old girl presents with areas of thickened and hyperpigmented axillary skin.

A scalp lesion on a newborn baby

Fig. Scalp lesion
Figure. The lesion on the baby's scalp.

An otherwise healthy newborn baby is noticed to have a small eroded lesion on the scalp.

A child with a palpable and purpuric eruption

Fig. Palpable eruption
Figure. The purpuric eruption with associated oedema.

An 8-month-old boy presents with an oedematous and purpuric eruption on his trunk.

Multiple crusted lesions on the scalp

Fig. Scalp lesions
Figure. The crusted lesions on the patient’s scalp.

An elderly man presents with multiple crusted lesions on his scalp.

A persistent submammary rash

Fig 1. Rash.
Figure 1. The patient's large erythematous eruption.

A 70-year-old woman presents with a submammary rash that has been present for several weeks.

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