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Your patient returns from an archaeological dig in Utah and thinks he has pneumonia. Can you diagnose him correctly?
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A pre-teen girl is taken to the ER with a very sore throat, hot potato voice, and trismus and she's drooling. Given all the evidence, can you diagnose her correctly?
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A teen boy heads to urgent care with a scattered rash of smooth papules, an eschar and a fever. Given the evidence, can you diagnose him correctly?
A woman in her mid-30's with a history of smoking suffers from multiple smooth nodules and abscesses in intertriginous areas and appear before her menses. Can you determine the correct diagnosis?
A young woman asks her PCP about a bunch of tiny smooth brown and black papules on her cheeks. Her mom and aunt had the same thing but could she do something about it? What's her diagnosis?
A woman shows up at the ED suffering from vomiting, RUQ pain and epigastric pain. With the evidence provided, can you make an accurate diagnosis?
A 3 year old girl shows up at the pediatrician's office with a rash of smooth papules on her rear end that spread out to her arms and legs but not her trunk. With all the evidence in the case, can you diagnose the toddler correctly?
A young refugee shows up at the pediatrician's office with non-scarring alopecia and fine scaly plaques on his scalp. Can you diagnose him correctly?