[Education] UMEM Educational Pearl: Visual Diagnosis
asalerno at umem.org
Tue Dec 13 14:38:04 EST 2016
check out another short case description by some of our maryland peeps:
On Mon, Dec 12, 2016 at 10:56 PM, UMEM Webmaster <admin at umem.org> wrote:
> Title: What is the diagnosis ? (Case by Dr. Leen Alblaihed)
> Author: Hussain Alhashem
> [Click to email author] <http://umem.org/profiles/alumni/1237/>
> *30 Year-old female presents to the ED for a rash. The rash started
> suddenly, mainly in her extremities and it is painful. The patient denied
> having fever or chills. Her past medical history is unremarkable. She
> admits to using cocaine frequently. The rash is shown in the picture.*
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