Dermatology Quiz

Refractory shallow ulcers on the lower leg

Fig 1a
Figure 1a. Case patient: the ulceration on the lower leg at presentation.

An 82-year-old man presents with persistent ulceration of his leg.

A young boy with a painful facial lesion

Fig. Facial lesion
Figure. The ulcerated lesion in the preauricular area.

A six-year-old boy presents with a painful lesion on his face.

Sudden onset of painful genital ulcers

Fig. Ulcers.
Figure. Superficial vulval ulcers at presentation.

A 23-year-old woman presents with painful vulval ulcers and severe dysuria.

Thick warty crusts on the hands

Fig 1a.

A 45-year-old man presents with thick warty crusts on his hands.

A child with swollen lips and angular cheilitis

Fig. Swollen lips.
Figure. The patient’s swollen lips and angular cheilitis.

A 12-year-old boy presents with swollen lips and angular cheilitis.

A sudden outbreak of facial papules and pustules

Fig. RF.
Figure. Papules and pustules on the patient’s cheek.

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A baby with a sudden blistering and erythematous skin eruption

Fig 1. Skin eruption.
Figure 1. The patient’s erythematous eruption, which was accentuated in the flexures.

A 10-month-old boy presents with a blistering and erythematous skin eruption.

A vesiculopustular eruption of the beard

Fig 1. Vesicles and pustules.
Figure 1. Grouped vesicles and pustules on the beard (case patient).

A 42-year-old man presents with a vesiculopustular eruption on both sides of his beard that is itchy and painful.

Hypopigmented and scaly lesions on a boy's cheek

Fig. Hypopigmentation.
Figure. The hypopigmented lesions on the boy’s cheeks.

A 6-year-old boy presents with hypopigmented and slightly scaly lesions on his cheeks.

Painful nodules and plaques on the lower legs

Fig. Leg lesions.
Figure. Nodules and plaques on the lower legs.

An 18-year-old woman presents with painful nodules and plaques on her lower legs.