Featured Story: Disseminated Lyme Disease
Recently, I admitted a 33-year-old man who presented with several days of a diffuse rash and fatigue, malaise, and sweats. He had scattered annular pink lesions over his entire body but sparing the face and hands. Read more about a diagnosis of disseminated Lyme disease.
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.
Case: A 3-year-old boy was initially triaged to the non-acute side of the emergency department with complaints of a sore throat. He was assessed with a streptococcal infection. Read more about a diagnosis of acute meningococcemia.
Case: The patient was a 5-year-old boy presenting with fever and rash and appeared quite ill. Read more about a diagnosis of Kawasaki disease.