Image IQ

Image IQ: Superficial lesion on right upper back
June 05, 2020

A middle-aged male patient with a superficial lesion on right upper back.

Image IQ: An 8-year-old girl with a sore throat, deep red tongue, fever and a petechial rash.
December 21, 2018

Image IQ: An 8-year-old girl with a sore throat, deep red tongue, fever and a petechial rash. What’s your diagnosis?

Image IQ: Hand numbness, pain, skin tightness and raised scars
December 05, 2018

Image IQ:  A man presents to his doctor with hand numbness, pain, skin tightness and raised scars. What’s your diagnosis?

Image IQ: Erythematous lesions on palms post chemo treatment
November 28, 2018

Image IQ: A 52-year-old man undergoing chemotherapy experiences erythematous lesions on his palms and soles five days after treatment. What’s your diagnosis?

Image IQ: Inflammatory bowel disease with a deep pustule on the leg
November 09, 2018

Image IQ: A 55-year-old woman with a history of inflammatory bowel disease reported a very painful, deep pustule on her leg that may rupture. What’s your diagnosis?

Complex dermatology cases that confuse and mystify
November 09, 2018

Widespread rashes, red perpendicular lines and mysterious deep pustules are among the skin manifestations we feature in this collection of image IQs.

Image IQ: A 43-year-old man with a symmetrical palpable purpura rash on his legs
October 30, 2018

Image IQ:  A 43-year-old man with a symmetrical palpable purpura rash on his legs. What’s your diagnosis?

Image IQ: Hair loss in a 10-year-old girl
October 23, 2018

A 10-year-old girl is experiencing hair loss with no signs of lesions or scarring on her scalp. What’s your diagnosis?

Image IQ: Foot and leg lesions that resemble a red line
October 15, 2018

Pruritic skin lesions on the foot and lower leg that look like red lines in a serpiginous configuration. What’s your diagnosis?

Image IQ: Smooth nodule leads to distal numbness
October 04, 2018

A nodule develops over the course of months with pain, swelling, distal numbness and muscle weakness. What’s your diagnosis?