Make the Diagnosis

Make the Diagnosis

November 2019

A 70-year-old male with left hemiplegia develops progressively worsening violaceous papules on his left calf and foot .

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Make the Diagnosis

What dermatologic condition presents abruptly as pruritic, pink to violaceous, scaly papules or plaques, later developing necrotic centers?

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What respiratory tract infection can present with extrapulmonary complications such as mucocutaneous eruptions...

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A 5-year-old boy with a papular rash on his arm

What unilateral benign rash that typically occurs on the extremities starts as pink or skin-colored asymptomatic papules in a linear orientation...

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