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Dermatology Quiz

Recurrent painful intertriginous nodules

Fig 1.
Figure 1. Multiple lesions in the groin (case patient).

A 32-year-old woman presents with painful intertriginous nodules.

Diffuse petechial rash in an unwell febrile patient

Fig 1a. Petechial rash.

An unwell 65-year-old man presents with a diffuse petechial rash.

Persistent pruritic purple papules

Fig. Foot lesions.
Figure. Lesions on the dorsum and lateral surface of the patient’s right foot.

A 48-year-old woman presents with a history of itchy papules.

A progressive plaque on the lower limb

Fig. Plaque on leg.
Figure. The plaque on the patient’s leg. Note the central ulceration and elevated peripheral violaceous rim.

A 52-year-old woman presents with a yellow-red telangiectatic plaque on her leg.

Recurrent, painful nodules on a girl’s legs

Fig 1a.

A 10-year-old girl presents with painful, red nodules on her legs.

Rapid onset of erythroderma in a 65-year-old man

Figure 1. The rash on the patient’s arm.

A 65-year-old man presents with erythroderma.

A rapidly progressing, blistering eruption in a febrile patient

Fig 1. Hyperpigmented skin.
Figure. The case patient’s maculopapular eruption in various stages of evolution. Vesicular crusting lesions on an erythematous base are visible.

A 32-year-old woman presents with fever and a blistering eruption.

A 6-month-old boy with an oedematous and purpuric eruption

Fig 1.
Figure 1. The rash showing urticaria with overlying purpura (case patient).

A 6-month-old boy presents with a rash of sudden onset.

An unwell patient with a blistering rash

Fig 1a. Rash.

A young woman develops a severe blistering rash. 

A child with sudden onset of dry, hyperpigmented skin

Fig 1. Hyperpigmented skin.
Figure. The eruption on the boy’s neck.

A 10-year-old boy presents with a painless skin eruption affecting his neck.

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