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Skin Diseases

An 11-year-old boy breaks out quite suddenly with a rash of papulosquamous lesions with a silvery scale. Can you Dx?

Case study: What would cause a shock of stark white in the center of this child's otherwise black head of hair? Your Dx?

The 89-year-old has used topical mupirocin twice daily for several weeks without improvement. Examine the images. What's your diagnosis?

A summer tan failed to conceal this embarrassing rash on an 18 y/o boy’s arms, back, and chest. Can you make a diagnosis?

The young man is missing school because he is self-conscious about the hypopigmented lesions on his arms, back, and chest. Can you make the diagnosis?

The patient says the incidental finding appeared in adulthood and has been stable for years. Can you identify this reticulated erythema?

What are the characteristics of this blistering rash caused by exposure to UV light?

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