Marks of Devotion

These pious patients wear their faith on their sleeves—or rather, their skin. Can you pair each devout dermis to its diagnosis?

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Answers to April “Picture This” (Clinician Reviews. 2018;28[4]:15): 1d, 2c, 3a, 4b

Question 1 of 4

While this 50-year-old man is at the emergency department for an unrelated event, asymptomatic macules are noted on the upper central aspect of the forehead (close to the hairline), as well as above the medial ends of the eyebrows. The nasion is uninvolved.

While this 50-year-old man is at the emergency department for an unrelated event, asymptomatic macules are noted on the upper central aspect of the forehead (close to the hairline), as well as above the medial ends of the eyebrows. The nasion is uninvolved. image

Match the diagnosis to the photo by letter

Allergic contact dermatitis

Hyperpigmentation

Chondrodermatitis nodularis helicis

Vitiligo

Clinician Reviews. 2018 May;28(5):17

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