Dermatology Quiz

A red bleeding nodule of sudden onset

Figure 1. The red nodule on the patient’s forehead at presentation.

An 18-month-old girl presented with a red nodule of sudden onset on her forehead.

A young boy with a painful oral ulcer

Fig. Mouth ulcer.
Figure 1. The patient’s large oral ulcer.

A 6-year-old boy presents with a large oral ulcer that developed three days ago.

A nonhealing lesion on the lower leg

Fig 1. Nonhealing lesion.
Figure 1. The ulcerated, erythematous and slightly swollen lesion.

An 80-year-old woman presents with a painful, swollen and eroded lesion on her leg.

White atrophic skin on the lower legs

Fig. Atrophic skin.
Figure. The atrophic skin on the patient’s lower leg and ankle.

A 53-year-old woman presents with an area of white atrophic skin on her lower legs and ankles.

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.