Author | Bernard A. Cohen, MD

Articles

Balancing the scales

February 01, 2008

Article

Tinea incognito is a dermatophyte infection that has been altered by use of topical or systemic corticosteroids. It lacks the classic features of a ringworm infection due to corticosteroid suppression of inflammation and altered local immune response.

Linear rash leaves your patient itching

October 01, 2006

Article

A 9-year-old boy has developed an itchy vesicular rash on his left leg that has spread to his other leg and to both arms and hands. What is the diagnosis?

Weeks of weakness, then reddish bumps on prominences

September 01, 2006

Article

A boy with a history of skin eruption, intermittent fever, and generalized weakness now has red bumps on the bony prominences of his hands, elbows, and knees. What's the diagnosis?

Pediatric dermatology: What's your Dx?

October 01, 2002

Article

Self-healing reticulohistiocytosis