Dermatology Cases & Quizzes

 
 

  • Fast Five Quiz: Measles Key Aspects Measles vaccinations have decreased, leading to concern about simultaneous outbreaks of influenza, measles, and COVID-19. Refresh your knowledge of key clinical info on measles with this quick quiz.
  • A 27-Year-Old Woman With Knee Pain and Facial Rash A 27-year-old woman presents with fatigue, joint pain, and facial rash. What study or investigation is the best next step?
  • Fast Five Quiz: Dermatitis Dermatitis significantly affects quality of life. Do you know key recommendations for this condition that is commonly encountered in practice? Refresh and test your knowledge with this short quiz.
  • A 38-Year-Old Dog Owner With a Blistering, Itchy Rash A 38-year-old man presents with a relapsing pruritic rash on his buttocks. The rash seems to worsen during warm weather. Can you make the diagnosis?
  • Patient Simulation: A 39-Year-Old Woman With Joint Pain, Hair Loss, and Rash A 39-year-old woman has returning joint pain, new rash, and hair loss. How would you treat this patient?
  • Fast Five Quiz: Common Phobias Phobias can be incapacitating, and the worldwide lifetime prevalence is as high as 15%. Do you know which fears are most common, and are you prepared to help your patients? Take this short quiz.
  • Patient Simulation: A 44-Year-Old Woman With Joint Pain A 44-year-old woman has worsening joint pain. How would you treat this patient?
  • Patient Simulation: A 58-Year-Old Man With Worsening Psoriasis A 58-year-old man is concerned that his psoriasis has spread to his groin. How would you manage this patient?
  • A Man With Skin Plaques Has Severe Pain After Eating A 71-year-old man presents with severe pain in the epigastrium. The pain started a day ago, after he ate a large, fatty meal for lunch. What is the most likely diagnosis?
  • Fast Five Quiz: Atopic Dermatitis Presentation and Diagnosis How familiar are you with the presentation and diagnosis of atopic dermatitis? Test your knowledge with this quick quiz.
  • Fast Five Quiz: HIV More than 1.2 million Americans have HIV. Medical advances are allowing for longer lives. Do you know associated conditions to watch for and best treatment? Test yourself with our quick quiz.
  • Fast Five Quiz: Tattoos As the popularity of tattoos continues to increase, so do reports of complications and reactions. Are you familiar with conditions related to tattoos and tattoo removal? Take this short quiz.
  • Fast Five Quiz: Severe Atopic Dermatitis in Adults How familiar are you with severe atopic dermatitis in adult patients? Refresh your knowledge with this quick quiz.
  • Fast Five Quiz: Food Allergies Food allergies are common, and reactions can range from mild to deadly. Is your knowledge of recent insights and best practices up to par? Make sure you're prepared with this quick quiz.
  • A Man With a Rash on Nearly Half of His Body for 8 Years An older man presents with a worsening diffuse rash that now covers 30%-40% of his body surface area. The occasionally pruritic rash has been present for nearly 8 years. What's the diagnosis?
  • Fast Five Quiz: Malignant Melanoma The incidence of melanoma has steadily increased over the past five decades. Prompt recognition is essential. Do you know key aspects and best practices for diagnosis and treatment? Take this quick quiz.
  • Fever, Rash, and Lung Crackles in a 25-Year-Old Woman A 25-year-old woman with left lower-quadrant pain and a diffuse rash was diagnosed with streptococcal pharyngitis and prescribed amoxicillin; she developed a rash 3 days later. What's the diagnosis?
  • Fast Five Quiz: Psoriasis Types How much do you know about the five primary types of psoriasis? Test your knowledge with this short quiz.
  • Fast Five Quiz: Treatment of Acne in Skin of Color How much do you know about treatment of acne in skin of color? Test your knowledge with this quick quiz.
  • My Strangest Case: The Patient Whose Shirts Stopped Fitting A 53-year-old man sought care because his shirts were no longer fitting at his collar. He also reported weakness in his right upper arm and new-onset snoring. Find out why and see images of the case.