Case In PointThe patient is a 30-year-old woman with a 10-year history of episodic severe anxiety that is characterized by aggressive self-induced vomiting and that cannot be redirected.
Photo EssayThis article is part of a series describing and differentiating dermatologic lumps and bumps. In part 7, smegma pearl and penile lichen sclerosus are described.
What's Your Diagnosis?A 6-year-old boy with obesity presented to the clinic with a 7-month history of worsening “bruising” scattered across his entire body. His mother had initially noted a small purplish-brown lesion on his upper left thigh, which slowly progressed in size.
PhotoclinicA 61-year-old woman with a history of bladder prolapse and normal kidney function developed complications after a recent laparoscopic sacral colpopexy for urinary incontinence. Computed tomography scans revealed an incidental finding of an enhancing 3.3-cm mass within the right posterior kidney.
Guest CommentaryThere are numerous similarities between polio and COVID-19. Fear and anxiety is gripping the entire world. Public health measures have been implemented, social distancing has been put into effect, and the use of face masks is ubiquitous.
PhotoclinicA 64-year-old Nigerian man with no pertinent medical history was admitted to the hospital for evaluation of the recurrence of a painful left axillary nodule.
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Photo QuizA 50-year-old man presented to the dermatology clinic for a routine skin examination. On physical examination, the patient had multiple asymptomatic, pale yellow, slightly raised, linear plaques on his lower back. The lesions were first noted when he was a teenager and had remained unchanged since then.
What's the Take Home?A previously healthy 24-year-old man was working at his job as an automechanic when he acutely developed pleuritic chest pain on the right side and dyspnea. The pain was initially sharp and prompted him to sit while the sharpness of the pain lessened.
Diabetes Q&ADiabetes prevention and adequate management is essential for preventing progression of chronic kidney disease. Preventive measures should include blood pressure and glucose control with initiation of sodium-glucose cotransporter 2 inhibitors.
PhotoclinicA 74-year-old man with a history of oxygen-dependent chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, hypertension, tobacco use disorder, recurrent left pleural effusion, and latent tuberculosis was admitted at an outside hospital for evaluation of dyspnea.
PhotoclinicA 5-month-old boy presented with decreased oral intake and poor urine output. On admission, he was hypertonic and irritable. The boy’s parents reported worsening irritability since birth, poor weight gain since 2 months of age, and worsening oral aversion since 3 months of age.
Case In PointWe report the management conundrum involving the case of a newborn boy whose initial nasopharyngeal test results were positive for COVID-19, born to a mother suspected to have COVID-19 but whose test results were negative.