Case Report 17 September 2018 Dr Chandrani Jayasekara

Hot tub relaxation leads to a rash for this patient

Lachlan, a 17-year-old high-school student, presents after a two-week history of a pruritic rash over the pubic area and both buttocks. The rash was first noticed 48 hours after a family holiday at a Victorian resort.
Therapy Update 11 September 2018 Professor Dedee Murrell, Dr Asli Bilgic Temel

Deciphering the myriad symptoms of Behcet's disease

Behcet's disease is characterised by systemic vasculitis affecting both veins and arteries of various sizes. It is a multigenetic inflammatory disorder of unknown aetiology.
Picture Quiz 06 September 2018 Dr Theone Papps

Warts and all - a common problem

Simon, 45, who has been taking adalimumab (a tumour necrosis factor inhibitor) for severe psoriasis, presents with hyperkeratotic lesions on his index finger. Each week, How to Treat publishes a clinical picture quiz.
Picture Quiz 29 August 2018 Dr Samra Saikal

Erythematous patches appear months after surgery

Lena, 46, presented with a 10-day history of a rash affecting her right shoulder and upper arm. Each week, How to Treat publishes a clinical picture quiz. The quiz has no CPD points attached, it's just for fun.
Therapy Update 27 August 2018 Dr Simone Goldinger

The drugs that have cancer on the run

Attempts to improve the survival of patients with advanced or metastatic melanoma have, until recently, proven futile.
Therapy Update 20 August 2018 Dr Simone Goldinger

Taking aim at mutant genes to treat melanoma

Since 2010, there has been a massive paradigm shift in systemic melanoma therapy. Before this, no survival benefits had been demonstrated throughout a variety of clinical trials.
Case Report 16 August 2018 Dr David Bossingham

What's causing these green and gold nails?

Earl is 78; he retired from the public service more than 20 years ago because of his rheumatoid arthritis. He received what was conventional treatment at the time but unfortunately the disease progressed.
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Don’t let dermatology get under your skin

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Dermoscopy 07 August 2018 Associate Professor Cliff Rosendahl, Dr Morné du Plessis

Be mindful of melanoma mimics

The presentation of melanoma can break the clinical pattern of other lesions at the same anatomical location by virtue of its size, shape or colour. However, because the chaotic behaviour of malignant tissue is unpredictable, melanoma can also mimic other lesions.
sponsored 03 August 2018

Time is running out to register for this CPD event on all things skin

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