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In this section we have spot diagnoses posted on a daily basis since June 2010, now over 1700! You can review the archived cases and read the suggested diagnoses by users and the final comment by Dr Uma Sundram, the Editor-in-Chief and main spot diagnosis host. Case are uploaded each week day by 10 a.m. UK time with the correct diagnosis will generally be posted at 8 p.m. UK time. Why not view the most recent spot diagnosis and proffer a diagnosis?

December 2016

22 records in this category

  1. Clinical History: 40/F, solitary, recurrent erythematous patch forearm<br /> <br /> Case Posted by Dr Arti Bakshi
    • 6 comments
    • 1,911 views
  2. Clinical Details. F55. Fungating nodules on lower leg. PMH: Obesity. Chronic lymphoedema. Case kindly referred by Dr Shakee Gerai<br /> <br /> Case Posted by Dr Richard A Carr
    • 16 comments
    • 2,801 views
  3. Clinical Details: M10. Recurrent protuberant mass on the neck. African child. For newbies and trainees first please.<br /> <br /> Case Posted by Dr Richard A Carr
    • 11 comments
    • 2,326 views
  4. Clinical Details: A 14 year old boy with phimosis.<br /> <br /> Case Posted by Dr Uma Sundram
    • 14 comments
    • 2,420 views
  5. Clinical Details: 35 year-old female with papular rash on bilateral arms.<br /> <br /> Case Posted by Dr Hafeez Diwan
    • 10 comments
    • 2,094 views
  6. Clinical History: 6yr/F Area of alopecia on scalp for 1-2 years (vertex and temple), worse when stressed. ?traction alopecia ?Alopecia areata Case c/o Dr Rajeev Shukla.<br /> <br /> Case Posted by Dr Arti Bakshi
    • 12 comments
    • 3,071 views
  7. Clinical Details: F75. Rt neck.  6/12 mass, v sore + unable to eat due to pain ? (illegible).<br /> <br /> Case Posted by Dr Richard A Carr
    • 11 comments
    • 2,503 views
  8. Clinical History: 15 year old Female, "cyst" on abdomen.<br /> <br /> Case Posted by Dr Limin Yu
    • 17 comments
    • 3,175 views
  9. Clinical History: 77 year old male with lesion on right chest.<br /> <br /> Case Posted by Dr Uma Sundram
    • 11 comments
    • 2,348 views
  10. Clinical History: 26 year-old female with nose lesion.<br /> <br /> Case Posted by Dr Hafeez Diwan
    • 14 comments
    • 2,421 views
  11. Clinical History: 61/M lesion right forearm.<br /> <br /> Case Posted by Dr Arti Bakshi
    • 8 comments
    • 2,242 views
  12. Clinical Details: Back of hand lesion. On chemotherapy for Hodgkin’s.<br /> <br /> Case Posted by Dr Richard A Carr
    • 13 comments
    • 2,647 views
  13. Clinical History: 56 year old woman with hair loss<br /> <br /> Case Posted by Dr Limin Yu
    • 11 comments
    • 2,447 views
  14. Clinical Details: 63 year old male with h/o multiple myeloma and lesion on scalp.<br /> <br /> Case Posted by Dr Uma Sundram
    • 10 comments
    • 2,228 views
  15. Clinical Details: 58 year-old male, on levofloxacin, with pigmented lesions on left arm.<br /> <br /> Case Posted by Dr Hafeez Diwan
    • 7 comments
    • 1,894 views
  16. Clinical History: 23/F, excision ?blue naevus back.<br /> <br /> Case Posted by Dr Arti Bakshi<br />
    • 7 comments
    • 1,905 views
  17. Clinical History: M50. Eyelid. ?Epidermal cyst.<br /> <br /> Case Posted by Dr Richard A Carr
    • 15 comments
    • 2,367 views
  18. Clinical History:<br /> <br /> Case Posted by Dr Limin Yu
    • 8 comments
    • 1,744 views
  19. Clinical History: 20 year old female with lesion on left shoulder.<br /> <br /> Case Posted by Dr Uma Sundram
    • 15 comments
    • 2,455 views
  20. Clinical History: 61 year-old female with left toe lesion.<br /> <br /> Case Posted by Dr Hafeez Diwan
    • 13 comments
    • 2,458 views
  21. Clinical History: 25/F, marked erythema and painful nodules with yellow crust on face (cheeks, forehead and nose). Known case of psoriasis. Under treatment for possible bacterial conjunctivitis prior to flair. ?drug reaction ?Sweets ?infection.<br /> <br /> Case Posted by Dr Arti Bakshi
    • 12 comments
    • 2,406 views
  22. Clinical Details: F35. Lower cutaneous lip/chin. Non-healing lesion. ?Adnexal tumour, BCC or granulomatous.<br /> <br /> Case Posted by Dr Richard A Carr
    • 19 comments
    • 4,483 views
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