DermclinicThis 40-year-old woman presented for evaluation of an itchy spot on her forearm that had suddenly turned black.
DermclinicThis 37-year-old man presented for evaluation of an asymptomatic purpuric eruption on both lower shins of a few days’ duration.
What’s The Take Home?A 45-year-old man presented to the office of a primary care provider (PCP) with a 2-month history of a noticeable lump in his right neck.
PhotoclinicA 42-year-old woman with no known relevant past medical history presented with a sudden onset of slurred speech and right-arm weakness.
PhotoclinicThe Koebner phenomenon is the appearance of lesions at the site of physical trauma such as sunburn, scratching, or as in this case, a tattoo.
PhotoclinicDiffuse large B-cell lymphoma is the most common type of non-Hodgkin lymphoma and can occur almost anywhere in the body.
PhotoclinicA 4559-g boy was born postterm, at 42 weeks and 3 days’ gestation, to a primiparous 26-year-old mother via cesarean delivery secondary to failure to progress after postdates induction.
PhotoclinicA 62-year-old man with a history of stage 5 chronic kidney disease, type 2 diabetes mellitus, gout, and hypertension presented to the emergency department after having run out of peritoneal dialysate solution.
PhotoclinicThe patient received a diagnosis of postradiation acneiform eruption, also known as comedo reaction.
Controversies in Clinical CareRenal function plays a significant role in the selection and dosing of numerous medications, including antibiotics.
DermclinicThis 77-year-old man presented for evaluation of painful erosive dermatitis on his penis. He initially was believed to have an infection and was given cephalexin.
Case in PointUrgent ultrasonography and urologic evaluation are recommended when testicular lumps do not transilluminate or when the body of the testis cannot be palpated.
Photo Quiz 360Uremic pruritus is a complex condition of uncertain etiology with a number of hypothesized contributing factors.
Top Papers<p>Gregory W. Rutecki, MD, discusses the history of controversy over grapefruit-statin interactions, and how recent research affects traditional outlooks.</p>
Photo EssayA collection of different conditions that affect the lips, tongue, and other parts of the mouth.
Pitfalls in PrescribingProton pump inhibitors (PPIs) are one of the most prescribed classes of medications in the United States.
What’s Your Diagnosis?®A 25-year-old woman presented with multiple flesh-colored papules in the infraorbital areas.
CommentaryTips on how to practice etiquette-based medicine, as advanced by Michael W. Kahn, MD,are presented here in the first part of this guest commentary.
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