Picture Quiz 17 July 2018 Professor Dedee Murrell

Anorexia, abdominal pain, and a brand new rash

Omer, a 67-year-old gentleman of Turkish descent with a history of a chronic seborrhoeic dermatitis, presented with a two-month history of anorexia, abdominal pain and a new disseminated rash. Each week, How to Treat publishes a clinical picture quiz.
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Itching to test your dermatology know-how?

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Case Report 02 July 2018 Dr Christie Beveridge

What's causing these skin blisters?

Janet, 57, presents with a six-month history of recurrent blisters on the dorsum of her hands and feet. She develops a new blister every few days. The lesions are tender and non-pruritic. She also notes photosensitivity affecting her forearms and décolletage.
Picture Quiz 26 June 2018 Dr Kate Kelso

What's the cause of this neonate's rash?

Austin, a four-week-old infant, is brought in by his mother Jane with a rash. Each week, How to Treat publishes a clinical picture quiz. The quiz has no CPD points attached, it's just for fun.
Case Report 25 June 2018 Dr Samra Saikal

Boil-like lesions and depression plague a patient

Chelsea, a 26-year-old female, presents to a dermatology clinic with acne vulgaris.
Dermoscopy 15 June 2018 Associate Professor Cliff Rosendahl, Christine Lee

Small lesions can still be sinister

The growth and morphology of melanoma both reflect the chaotic behaviour of malignant tissue that is disorganised, unrestrained and unpredictable.
sponsored 15 June 2018

Why 450 GPs sign up for this dermatology event

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Seminars 13 June 2018 Australian Doctor Education

Dermatology Academy - Skin and allergy

Join us to update your knowledge on the assessment, treatment and referral of common skin and allergic conditions, with special considerations in skin of colour. Hear from leading experts to learn practical tips and how to avoid common traps.
Case Report 12 June 2018 Dr Emily Sideris, Dr David Jenkins

A rare instance of HSV puts a mother's new baby at risk

Mary, 29, presents with a single painful nodular lesion on her right palm. She is two weeks’ post-partum, having delivered her baby at 34 weeks’ via emergency caesarean section for pre-eclampsia.
Picture Quiz 05 June 2018 Professor Dedee Murrell

Hyperpigmented patches with thickened skin

Jasmine, a 38-year-old woman, presents with a three-week history of hyperpigmented patches on her back, which were initially erythematous and associated with pruritus. Each week, How to Treat publishes a clinical picture quiz.