DermclinicThis 46-year-old woman had been doing well on adalimumab for the treatment of psoriasis for almost 2 years.
PhotoclinicA 71-year-old Filipina with a history of having undergone living-donor kidney transplant 5 years prior and a history of diverticulosis was admitted to the hospital because of a 5-day history of fever and debilitating weakness.
PhotoclinicP acnes is part of the normal skin flora. This gram-positive organism is normally found on facial skin and hair follicles, and it is mostly recognized in the pathophysiology of acne vulgaris.
Controversies in Clinical CareJH is a 67-year-old man with a history of hypertension and depression who presents dysuria, increased urinary frequency, and suprapubic pain.
SupplementsProviders should give careful thought to patients presenting with facial pain and/or headache accompanied by nasal symptoms.
What's the Take Home?An 88-year-old man was awakened by upper abdominal pain and nausea. He began to experience hematemesis, prompting the need for an ambulance, which transported him to an emergency department (ED).
Case In PointPatients with chronic or critical illness who develop a splenic abscess present an immediate clinical conundrum for the health care team.
Photo QuizA 43-year-old homeless man presented in midwinter in upstate New York with significant pain and an “itching and burning” sensation in his left foot.
Case In PointA 36-year-old man serving in the military presented with persistent right upper quadrant abdominal pain.
DermclinicThis 75-year-old woman presented with a 1- to 2-week history of a rash on both lower extremities that was slightly tender and slightly pruritic.
What's Your Diagnosis?A 40-year-old woman presented with a rash in the axillae and inframammary folds.
Photo EssayThis Photo Essay includes a collection of case reports involving conditions relating to pain management.
SupplementsPain is one of the most common presentations in primary care. However, this presentation may lead to an unexpected diagnosis.
Pitfalls In PrescribingThe risks of fluoroquinolone use vs the benefits should be assessed for all other indications.
Photo EssayHere is a series of 3 case reports pertaining to conditions of the hands.
Consultations & CommentsSyncope is a sudden, brief loss of consciousness associated with a loss of postural tone from which a person recovers spontaneously.
PhotoclinicCARP predominantly affects young adults and typically involves the upper back, chest, neck, axillae, face, and flexural areas.
PhotoclinicFirst described in 1846 by Eichstedt, tinea versicolor is caused by saprophytic, lipid-dependent yeasts in the genus Malassezia that are part of normal skin flora.
PhotoclinicA routine checkup for a 62-year-old woman revealed some unexpected reflexes.
DermclinicThis 45-year-old man presented with a 1- to 2-month history of an extremely pruritic photodistributed rash that had started in the late spring.