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This is a 85 year old woman who presents with multiple ecchymotic plaques on the upper trunk.
This is a 56 year old woman who presents with an acute onset of multiple erythematous papules occurring on the proximal extremities, trunk, head, and neck.
This is a 2 week old girl who presented with unilateral blistering lesions on the extremities. A punch biopsy is taken from the lower leg.
This is a 10 year old boy who was treated with topical steroids for presumed eczema. The lesions were asymptomatic but worsened with the topical treatment. The lesions were limited to the neck. The patient is in otherwise good health.
This is a 28 year old woman who presents with a reticulated rash on her chest. She has been on topical and oral steroids without resolution. Doxycyline seemed to make it worse. The area is photosensitive and has been present for 1 year without resolution and without new lesions.
This is a 52 year old woman who presents with a six month history of arthritis and oral ulcerations. She now presents with a diffuse poikilodermatous rash on her trunk and extremities.
This is a 27 year old female referred by her primary care provider for evaluation of persistent dryness and discoloration on the right pretibial area present for approximately 2 years.
This is a 42 year old woman with diffuse papules distributed over the trunk and arms.
This is a 3 1/2 month old boy with a one month history of a scaly papular rash on the scalp and trunk.
A 44 year old man who presents with a tumor in the right hip
This is a 64 year old woman with a long history of CREST syndrome. She presents with a mass lesion in her left leg of several years duration.
This is an occipital scalp lesion arising in a 49 year old man.
This is a 65 year old man who presents with a 3 cm nodule on the left elbow.
45 year old man with multiple facial cysts
47 year old man who presents with a scaly nodule on the shoulder
58 year old woman who presents with a crusting pigmented lesion of the nipple of the left breast. The clinical impression was a melanoma.
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