Diagnosis and Management for CME credit
A large tumor with an ulcerated central crater and raised rolled border on the temporal forehead.
A dry, scaling, hyperpigmented, lichenified plaque on the volar aspect of the wrist.
Intensely pruritic erythematous, weeping and oozing lesions of the cheeks and chin.
Learn the diagnosis and treatment of this common skin condition for CME credit
Peripherally expanding, erythematous-based, honey yellow "stuck-on" crusts of the chin and cheek.
A peripheral ring of warts secondary to incomplete previous cryotherapy surrounding the initial lesion.
Multiple grouped erythematous-based vesicles with central umbilication of the upper and lower lips.
An asymmetrical, irregular bordered, variegated in color (blue-black, brown, pink, white) 1.5 cm in diameter expanding lesion of the posterior leg.
Thickened, dystrophic toenails with subungual debris surrounded by dry, scaling skin.
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