Results for: "skinrash"
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Hand, Foot, & Mouth Disease
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#Clinical #Photo #Peds #Pediatrics #HFMD #HandFootMouth #Disease #SkinRash Characteristic rash of dermatitis herpetiformis<BR>
#Clinical #Photo #Dermatology #SkinRash #Dermatitis #Herpetiformis #Celiac #Disease Dermatitis Herpetiformis<BR>
#Clinical #Photo #Dermatology #SkinRash #Dermatitis #Herpetiformis #Celiac #Disease Dermatitis Herpetiformis<BR>
#Clinical #Photo #Dermatology #SkinRash #Dermatitis #Herpetiformis #Celiac #Disease Necrotizing Fasciitis: African-American patient with diabetes that predisposed him to rapidly 
progressive infection. Lower extremity is Cellulitis: Acute inflammation is clearly seen in the image on the left. The picture on the Cellulitis: Severe bilateral inflammation and swelling of the legs.
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Charlie Goldberg, M.D. - UCSD Catalog of Clinical Arterial Insufficiency: Chronic arterial insufficiency has resulted in pale, hairless, and somewhat 
shiny appearing lower extremity. Syphilitic Ulcer

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Charlie Goldberg, M.D. - UCSD Catalog of Clinical Images
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#Clinical #Photo #Derm #SkinRash #Syphilis #Syphilitic #Ulcer Scrotal Cellulitis.
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Charlie Goldberg, M.D. - UCSD Catalog of Clinical Images
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#Clinical #Photo #Dermatology #Urology #SkinRash #Scrotal #Scrotum Scarlet Fever - Other symptoms include: white coating on the tongue which then peels and leave Characteristic features of the rash are:<br>
<br>-Rough texture (like sandpaper)
<br>-Worse in the skin folds e.g. groin, axilla, Rheumatoid Nodules Within the Olechronon Bursa
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Charlie Goldberg, M.D. - UCSD Catalog of Clinical Images
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#Clinical #Photo #Dermatology Septic Sterno-Clavicular Arthritis: Inked line delineates extent of associated cellulitis.
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Charlie Goldberg, M.D. - UCSD Catalog of Herpes Zoster: Herpes virus mediated infection that occurred in this patient receiving chemotherapy 
for an underlying V2 Distribution Zoster: Patient with herpes zoster infection of the maxillary branch of the fifth cranial Vasculitis: In this instance, idiopathic with palpable purpura.


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Charlie Goldberg, M.D. - UCSD Catalog of Clinical Images
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#Clinical Vasculitis: In this instance, idiopathic with palpable purpura.


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Charlie Goldberg, M.D. - UCSD Catalog of Clinical Images
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#Clinical Vasculitis: In this instance, idiopathic.

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Charlie Goldberg, M.D. - UCSD Catalog of Clinical Images
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#Clinical #Photo #Dermatology #SkinRash Vasculitis: In this instance, the vasculitic skin lesions were secondary to Haemophilus endocarditis.
Photo credit, Josh Fierer, Varicella (Chickenpox) 
Photo credit, Josh Fierer, M.D.


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Charlie Goldberg, M.D. - UCSD Catalog of Clinical Images
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#Clinical #Photo Urticaria (hives): Skin reaction that occurs in response to cold, food allergies, meds, environmental exposures, stings,
infections Tinea Versicolor: Scaly well demarcated patches caused by fungal skin infection.


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Charlie Goldberg, M.D. - UCSD Catalog Tinea Pedis: Scaly red erruption of the feet caused by fungal dermatitis.


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Charlie Goldberg, M.D. - UCSD Tinea, Inframammary Crease: Fungal dermatitis affecting the moist skin beneath this male patient's 
breast tissue


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Charlie Goldberg, Tinea Cruris: Fungal dermatitis of the genital region.

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Charlie Goldberg, M.D. - UCSD Catalog of Clinical Images
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#Clinical Tinea Cruris: Fungal dermatitis of the genital region.

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Charlie Goldberg, M.D. - UCSD Catalog of Clinical Images
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#Clinical Erruption on Sole of Foot Associated with Secondary Syphillis.
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Charlie Goldberg, M.D. - UCSD Catalog of Clinical Palmar Erruption Associated with Secondary Syphillis.
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Charlie Goldberg, M.D. - UCSD Catalog of Clinical Images
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#Clinical #Photo #Dermatology Generalized (Maculo-Papular) Eruption Associated with Secondary Syphillis.
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Charlie Goldberg, M.D. - UCSD Catalog of Clinical Images
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#Clinical #Photo