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Podiatric Dermatology: What Is Your Diagnosis?

Tracey Vlahovic DPM | 7,356 reads | 6 comments | 07/27/2012

Can you identify the condition shown in the photo on the left?

Podiatric Dermatology Quiz: What Kind Of Lesion Is This?

Tracey Vlahovic DPM | 8,463 reads | 5 comments | 05/23/2012

Can you identify the type of lesion shown in the photo at the left?

These atypical moles differ from common nevi as they are usually larger in size and lack pigment uniformity. Color ranges from reddish hues to brown to blue-black. The clinical appearance of a popular, pigmented central portion surrounded by a less pigmented macular border gives rise to the “fried egg” nomenclature.

Podiatric Dermatology Quiz: What Is Your Diagnosis?

Tracey Vlahovic DPM | 8,793 reads | 5 comments | 03/07/2012

Can you identify the type of dermatitis shown in the photo at the left?

The condition depicted is a chronic pruritic skin disorder often associated with a personal or family history of asthma, hay fever, allergic rhinitis and eczema. Most cases first become apparent in early childhood. An onset of the disorder after the age of 14 is uncommon.

Podiatric Dermatology Quiz: Can You Identify This Condition?

Tracey Vlahovic DPM | 7,924 reads | 6 comments | 09/26/2012

Can you identify the condition in the photo on the left?