Browsing: Dermatology

Tattoo Anchor Art.jpg
This article focuses on the appropriate empiric treatments for tattoo-related complications in the emergency department.
Warfarin Anchor Art.jpg
Warfarin-induced skin necrosis (WISN) is a rare condition thought to be due to microvascular thrombosis and ischemia and is commonly related to protein C deficiency. Recognition of WISN is critical to
48-5 Erythema Multiforme - skin lesions.jpg
Erythema multiforme is an acute skin disorder. While most cases are the result of an infection, the condition can also result from autoimmune disorders, malignancy, and drug use.
47-6 CLM.jpg
Treating a rash that follows no pattern and appears after a vacation? Check for cutaneous larva migrans. Humans are accidental hosts who often acquire this infestation while walking barefoot on soil t
47-6 VZV Picture2.png
We explore a case of varicella-zoster virus (VZV) reactivation without typical skin findings in a 66-year-old patient who presented with mastoiditis and encephalitis.
47-3 Tumor Neglect.png
Challenges with health care literacy, lack of insurance, and simple human fear can sometimes lead patients to delay seeking help - or even deny a problem exists. Tread lightly to offer the best care i
46-5 Fracture Blisters - Figure 2.jpg
Fracture blisters on this patient's ankle resulted from a sock topped by a SAM splint that went through a 8.5-mile mule ride to get to an ambulance. Take in these pointers on handling such injuries an
45-6 Melanocytes.jpg
Children with risk factors for neurocutaneous melanosis should be followed closely and screened regularly.