Case Report 23 April 2018 Dr David Bossingham

Abnormal immunology caused by someone else's pills

Michael is a 17-year-old student who presents with his mother. Michael is shy, quiet, monosyllabic and submissive.
sponsored 23 April 2018 Australian Doctor Education

Are you a dermatology dynamo?

Sponsored This content has been produced by Australian Doctor Group with an independent educational grant from Bayer.
Picture Quiz 12 April 2018 Dr Kate Kelso

Spot diagnosis: Could this be more than severe acne?

Zara, 17, presents with a six-month history of a painful facial rash. Take the quick quiz below, see how you fare against your peers and share your results via social media. The quiz has no CPD points attached, it's just for fun.
Picture Quiz 10 April 2018 Dr Paul Goodridge

Is this rash systemic lupus, psoriasis or rosacea?

Dale is a 45-year-old unemployed male who presents with a 12-month history of an itchy rash affecting his chest, upper back, shoulders and forearms, which resolves with scarring. Each week, How to Treat publishes a clinical picture quiz.
Picture Quiz 29 March 2018 Dr Kate Kelso

Spot diagnosis: What does this tetrad of symptoms indicate?

James, six years old, presents with a week of fever, and bilateral hip and knee pain, with associated intermittent abdominal pain. What's the spot diagnosis? Take the quick quiz below, see how you fare against your peers and share your results via social media.
Category 2 28 March 2018 Australian Doctor Education

Urticaria: Why and what next?

Get to grips with urticaria diagnosis and management by learning about the different patient groups with this condition, the factors that influence treatment decisions, and appropriate non-pharmacological and pharmacological management strategies for specific patient groups.
Dermoscopy 23 March 2018 Associate Professor Cliff Rosendahl, Christine Lee

What's beneath this love-heart shaped lesion?

The majority of melanomas arise without any evidence of a pre-existing naevus.
Picture Quiz 20 March 2018 Professor Dedee Murrell

Salmon-pink and scaly

Jack, 73, presents with a four-month history of facial erythema, with overlying scale affecting the facial folds, forehead and eyebrows. Each week, How to Treat publishes a clinical picture quiz. The quiz has no CPD points attached, it's just for fun.
Case Report 20 March 2018 Dr Annabel Dodds, Dr Mark Aldred

Could this rash be VZV?

Doris is a 95-year-old, left-handed aged care facility resident who presented to the emergency department with two-day history of an erythematous rash affecting her dominant hand (figure 1, below).  
Picture Quiz 16 March 2018 Dr Kate Kelso

Is this measles or Stevens-Johnson syndrome?

Anh, a 60-year-old man of Vietnamese descent, presents with three days of conjunctivitis, sore throat, malaise and fever. Each week, How to Treat publishes a clinical picture quiz. The quiz has no CPD points attached, it's just for fun.