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Blotches: Light Rashes

1.*

6 yo female with a history of allergic rhinitis and asthma presents to clinic for evaluation of white spots on her face. The spots initially were erythematous and had a sparse powdery scale. Her parents were treating the areas with hydrocortisone cream as recommended by their doctor. After treatment for 1 week the spots appeared whiter. Her parents are very concerned that the topical steroid has caused damage. What is the most appropriate next step?

2.*

Based on the below photo what is the most likely diagnosis?

3.*What is the first line therapy for the above diagnosis?
4.*What is the best treatment recommendation of choices below for this diagnosis?
5.*Choose the area which is NOT a common location of seborrheic dermatitis in adults
6.*What diagnostic test would be best to confirm your diagnosis in this patient?
7.I would recommend this module to a peer or student:
8.The online modules increased your ability to visually recognize skin disease:
9.Please use the space below to provide us with feedback about strengths of this module.
10.Please use the space below to share any opportunities for improvement for this module.