lichen sclerosusThe mother of a 7-year-old girl brought her into the clinic for evaluation of a 1-year history of itching of the vulva and painful bowel movements.
PhotoclinicA 4-year-old girl presented with the highly pruritic, vesicular rash characteristic of rhus dermatitis.
PhotoclinicA previously healthy 15-year-old boy presented to the emergency department with a fever of 40°C, vomiting, severe right-sided eye pain, headache, and visual changes.
PhotoclinicThe mother of a 3-month-old girl brought her to the emergency department for evaluation after noticing redness and swelling of the infant’s right third toe.
PhotoclinicThe parents of a 1-month-old Latino boy brought him to the family medicine clinic out of concern for poor feeding, abdominal distension, and poor weight gain.
PhotoclinicA 4-year-old boy presented with tender swelling in his right axilla that had grown progressively for 4 weeks.
DermclinicA 22-month-old girl developed skin lesions while on a chemotherapy regimen for acute lymphocytic leukemia.
Case in PointAt a routine health supervision visit, an 11-year-old boy presented with concerns about poor school performance, difficulty gaining weight over the past year, and persistent speech problems.
Radiology QuizA 25-month-old girl presented with a 1.5-week history of not feeling well. She had had intermittent, cramping, diffuse abdominal pain, increasing irritability, and decreased activity.
Top Papers Of The MonthThe diagnosis of pneumonia remains a challenge in areas with limited resources because of the possible lack of access to chest radiography.
Parent CoachA Parent Asks: My teenaged daughter wants to look tanned for her prom. Is a tanning bed a safe alternative to the sun?
What’s Your Diagnosis?A 16-year-old white adolescent presented with a well-circumscribed lesion of 3 years’ duration on the right side of her buttocks.