Featured Story: Cutaneous Larva Migrans
I recently had a case that was solved using Visual Dx. I had a young male patient present with a pruritic rash on the bottom of his foot. It was remarkable in that it was unilateral and had an unusual linear wrapping appearance. Read more about a diagnosis of cutaneous larva migrans.
The young woman had been seen by other healthcare providers at least 3 times prior to arriving to our ED for care. Her complaints each time were a painful disseminated rash that had been present for over 3 weeks. Read more about a diagnosis of disseminated gonorrhea.
Case: A 64-year-old female was diagnosed with acute myeloid leukemia. She received induction chemotherapy. The day 34 bone marrow biopsy results were conclusive of AML in remission. Read more about a diagnosis of rapidly relapsing leukemia cutis.
Case: A woman in her 20s with known HIV and TB presented to a clinic with dysphagia, headache, fever, and a generalized rash. Read more about VisualDx use in the Republic of Congo.