Herpes zosterHerpes zoster usually affects a single dermatome and can result from any of a host of factors that decrease the immune response.
Herpes zosterWhen vesicles developed on a man’s right sole, the pain and tenderness in the area suggested herpes zoster.
Asymptomatic Herpes Zoster<div id="article-content-body"><p>A 65-year-old woman sought evaluation of a unilateral, asymptomatic rash that involved the oral mucosa and lips. The rash consisted of ulcerations and vesicles.</p></div>
Pain, Knee pain following a soccer injury<p>A 23-year-old woman presents with severe right knee pain that resulted from a collision with another player during a soccer game. The majority of the force of the blow was to the right knee. The medical history is noncontributory.</p>
Diabetes and Celiac Disease<div id="article-content-body"> <p>Celiac disease may be associated with abdominal symptoms, such as crampy diarrhea or bloating. Often, however, it is silent. Untreated celiac disease may result in poor growth, osteopenia or, rarely, intestinal lymphoma.</p> </div>