Adult Fungal Infections
Which of the following would be the most appropriate diagnostic test for the patient in the photo?
A 26-year-old male presents with two years of white spots on his neck, upper chest, and back, that are more noticeable in the spring and summer months and get better in winter (see photo). You perform a diagnostic test in the office that confirms your clinical diagnosis. What treatment would you recommend?
Mrs. H. is a 30-year-old female who presents with several months of worsening pruritic dry scaly skin between the toes and over the lateral aspects of the foot (see photos). More recently she developed blisters on the plantar aspect of the foot beneath the toes. She does not report any new shoes or lotions to the feet. Which diagnosis is MOST likely?
The following is seen under the microscope. What are the findings?
This 54-year-old man presents with several years of erythema and greasy scale on his central face, including the glabella, eyebrows, and nasolabial folds (see photo). The most appropriate next step is:
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