Case Studies/Studies

Case of the Month with Crutchfield Dermatology

A newborn baby has periods of erythema covering half of her face/head.


Case of the Month with Crutchfield Dermatology

A 25-year-old woman with diabetes has yellow/orange waxy patches on her shins.


Case of the Month with Crutchfield Dermatology

A 50-year-old man presents with red, itchy bumps on the chest of approximate six months duration. He reports that they itch mildly most of the time, but sometimes, with increased activity, they itch more.

He is otherwise healthy, taking no regular medicines (except a daily baby...


Case of the Month with Crutchfield Dermatology

A 31-year-old woman developed a papular rash on the right side of her back three months after starting REMICADE (infliximab) for Crohn’s disease. The papules were almost conical, with central crust-like umbilications. She is not diabetic and has no history of renal disease.

A...


Case of the Month with Crutchfield Dermatology

A 30-year-old man presents with a two-week history of pruritic papules and vesicles with purple crusts on his arms and trunk, as well as a low-grade fever.


Case of the Month with Crutchfield Dermatology

A 44-year-old man presents with a red, mild-moderately pruritic rash on his chest with “islands of skin” that are spared from the rash. It started about two or three months prior to his visit. He also complains that the skin on his palms looks slightly orange and feels thicker.

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Case of the Month with Crutchfield Dermatology

Woman With Red Itchy Bumps After Staying in Hotel


Case of the Month with Crutchfield Dermatology

Treating a blistering laser burn with post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation in skin of color can be very challenging. There is no perfect protocol, so I will tell you how I successfully managed this case.


Case of the Month with Crutchfield Dermatology

An 11-month-old infant presents with pruritic crusted papules and pustules on his feet. There is also hand and axilla involvement. A teenage cousin visiting for the summer has a similar rash.

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