A 90-year-old white woman with poorly differentiated squamous cell lung carcinoma presented for evaluation of a submammary and inguinal rash.
A 22-year-old male student naval aviator presented with a 1-week history of an eruptive nonpruritic rash that had started on the upper and lower extremities.
A 29-year-old woman with HLA-B27-positive spondyloarthropathy who had been on adalimumab for the past year presented with rapid development of widespread, tender, erythematous, scaly papules and pustules coalescing into plaques and suppurative bullae.
This 52-year-old truck driver presented with a 4-month history of a worsening rash on his hands with no exposure history. He had experienced a similar episode 7 years ago that had resolved spontaneously after a few months.
This 46-year-old woman had been doing well on adalimumab for the treatment of psoriasis for almost 2 years.
This 68-year-old man presented with a 6-month history of an itchy rash on the dorsal and palmar aspects of both hands. He denied any exposure history or having a rash elsewhere on his body. There had been no changes in his medications.
A 51-year-old African American woman with a more than 20-year history of severe plaque psoriasis presented to the clinic due to a flare-up of her symptoms.
An otherwise healthy 20-year-old Asian American woman presented to a university health clinic with painful, pruritic breasts.
An 84-year-old Filipina with no personal or known family history of skin cancer presented to the dermatology clinic with a lesion on her lower back that had been present for the past 5 years.
This 28-year-old woman presented with a 2-month history of a rash that was confined to her right antecubital fossa and that had a burning sensation.