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In this section we have spot diagnoses posted on a daily basis since June 2010, now over 4000! You can review the archived cases and read the suggested diagnoses by users and the final comment by the contributors.
Case are uploaded each week day by 10 am UK time with the correct diagnosis will generally be posted at 8 pm UK time. Why not view the most recent spot diagnosis and proffer a diagnosis?

January 2015

22 records in this category

  1. 45 year old woman with solitary erythematous nodule on right forearm.<br /><br />Case posted by Dr Uma Sundram
    • 7 comments
    • 3,313 views
  2. F58. Rheumatoid arthritis. Indurated skin lesion / lump right breast. Also has Diabetes. Punch biopsy in breast clinic.<br /><br />Case posted by Dr Richard Carr
    • 9 comments
    • 3,414 views
  3. The patient is an 81 year old man with a biopsy of a lesion on the upper aspect of the forehead. <br /><br />Case posted by Dr Mark Hurt
    • 10 comments
    • 3,564 views
  4. 35 year old man with numerous scattered papules that come and go over a two week period. They heal with a small scar. A fresh papule on the trunk is biopsied. <br /><br />Case posted by Dr Uma Sundram
    • 11 comments
    • 3,106 views
  5. 57 year-old male with right thumb lesion.<br /><br />Case posted by Dr Hafeez Diwan
    • 9 comments
    • 3,115 views
  6. 47 year-old male with scrotal lesion.<br /><br />Case posted by Dr Hafeez Diwan<br />
    • 9 comments
    • 2,738 views
  7. F60. Bilateral periorbital swelling. Case courtesy of Dr Nick Tiffin, Sheffield, UK.<br /><br />Case posted by Dr Richard Carr
    • 14 comments
    • 3,807 views
  8. The patient is a 74 year old white man with a previous biopsy performed at another facility. An excision with margin exam is taken from the left lateral lower abdomen.<br /><br />Case posted by Dr Mark Hurt
    • 10 comments
    • 3,056 views
  9. 50 year old woman with erythematous rash on face and papules on fingers.<br /><br />Case posted by Dr Uma Sundram
    • 10 comments
    • 3,181 views
  10. Foreskin from 32 year-old male.<br /><br />Case posted by Dr Hafeez Diwan
    • 8 comments
    • 2,995 views
  11. 66 Year old female with a mildly itchy rash for sometime. Rash on torso and legs. <br /><br />Torso clinically eczematous but the legs show erythema and follicular distribution. Biopsy of right lower leg.
    • 8 comments
    • 3,077 views
  12. F55. Medial buttock. Clinically lichen sclerosus. <br /><br />Case posted by Dr Richard Carr
    • 9 comments
    • 4,969 views
  13. The patient is a 41 year old white woman with a lesion on the right columella which appears like a squamous papilloma, present for two months. A scissor biopsy of a 1 mm hyperkeratotic, palpable, pearly, well marginated, red elevated mass is taken from the right nasal columella.<br /><br />Case posted by Dr Mark Hurt
    • 8 comments
    • 3,202 views
  14. 20 year old woman with papule on nose of about 6 month duration. Clinical dx: r/o IDN. <br /><br />Case posted by Dr Uma Sundram
    • 11 comments
    • 2,995 views
  15. 41 year old male, lesion on back – erythematous and pigmented ? BIN
    • 11 comments
    • 4,033 views
  16. Biopsy from a vaccination site.<br /><br />Case posted by Dr Hafeez Diwan
    • 7 comments
    • 3,017 views
  17. F56. Left upper back. Incidental finding in polar ends of excised dermatofibroma (clinically thought to be BCC).<br /><br />Case posted by Richard Carr
    • 11 comments
    • 4,146 views
  18. The patient is a 67-year-old man with an excision with margin exam of an enlarging lesion present for one year taken from the left temporal aspect of the scalp.<br /><br />Case posted by Dr Mark Hurt
    • 7 comments
    • 2,720 views
  19. 68 year old woman with lesion of right posterior calf. Clinical: r/o dermatofibroma <br /><br />Case posted by Dr. Uma Sundram
    • 9 comments
    • 2,770 views
  20. 67 year-old female with a lesion on left middle finger, clinically suspected to be a wart.<br /><br />Case posted by Dr Hafeez Diwan
    • 9 comments
    • 4,775 views
  21. 38 year-old male with foreskin ulcer.<br /><br />Case posted by Dr Hafeez Diwan
    • 8 comments
    • 3,074 views
  22. M31. Left palm biopsy. 3y well demarcated hyperkeratotic plaques on left palm and erythematous papules on left wrist and right shin. No nail psoriasis. DD: Psoriasis, eczema, CTCL<br /><br />Case posted by Dr Richard Carr
    • 7 comments
    • 4,472 views
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