Photo EssayThis article is part of a series describing and differentiating dermatologic lumps and bumps. In part 10, facial sebaceous hyperplasia and seborrheic keratosis are described.
PhotoclinicA 49-year-old health care worker who emigrated from India 20 years ago presented to the optometry clinic for a routine eye evaluation. His corrected visual acuity was 20/20.
Case In PointA 23-year-old military pilot presented to an aviation clinic for his annual flight physical examination. At the start of the examination, the patient drew the flight surgeon’s attention to a lump on the left side of his neck.
Radiology QuizA 22-year-old man presented to the emergency department with a sore throat. His pain began 12 hours earlier on the left side and subsequently progressed to the right side.
PhotoclinicA 60-year-old Hispanic man presented to the hospital with a painful, enlarging left inguinal mass that had persisted for 4 months.
What's Your Diagnosis?A 66-year-old man was referred to the clinic for evaluation of cough, fevers, and rigors that had progressed over 10 days. His sputum was purulent but without hemoptysis.
PhotoclinicAn 11-year-old girl with fever, fatigue, cough, rhinorrhea, and altered mental status was brought to our quaternary care institution by her mother from an outside hospital.
PhotoclinicA 33-year-old man presented to the emergency department after a few hours of nausea, vomiting, and diarrhea associated with left lower quadrant abdominal discomfort.
PhotoclinicA 14-year-old healthy boy presented to our clinic with 1-month midline swelling of the lower neck and 1-week of cervical neck pain, dysphagia, pharyngitis, fever, and difficulty speaking. He had no significant medical history.
Case In PointA healthy 5-month-old girl presented with a vascular plaque over the back that had been noted a few weeks after birth. The plaque had begun as an erythematous patch that had grown fairly rapidly over the first 2 months, with slower growth recently.