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Dermatology Quiz

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.

Loss of skin colour on the hands

Figure. Hand lesions.
Figure. Areas of loss of skin colour on a girl’s hands.

A 12-year-old girl presents with loss of skin colour on both of her hands.

A longstanding palmar lesion and nail dystrophy

Fig 1. Palm lesion.
Figure 1. The scaly, erythematous lesion on the palm.

An 8-year-old boy presents with a scaly erythematous lesion on the palm and dystrophic thumbnail of the same hand.

A boy with a purpuric rash of sudden onset

Fig 1. Purpuric rash.

A 10-year-old boy presents with a purpuric rash of sudden onset on his buttocks and legs.

A baby with a raised brown lesion on the leg

Figure. The raised lesion on the child’s lower leg.
Figure. The raised lesion on the child’s lower leg.

A 9-month-old girl presents with a single plaque on her lower leg.

A teenager with a blistering skin eruption

Figure. The blistering eruption at presentation, three months after onset.

An 18-year-old man presents with a 3-month history of a severe blistering eruption.

An annular eruption on the trunk

Fig 1. Rash
Figure 1. The scaly annular eruption, four months after onset.

A 10-year-old girl presents with an annular eruption on her trunk.

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