Make the Diagnosis: Puzzling Petechiae Plus Pain

(MedPage Today) — Case Findings: A 43-year-old man went to the doctor about two weeks after recovering from a upper respiratory tract infection because he had developed widespread skin petechiae and palpable purpura on his legs. He listed additional symptoms, including a fever, diarrhea, and vomiting. He mentioned experiencing pain in his scrotum as well.

Can you diagnose the patient?
Source: Dermatology

Make the Diagnosis: Soldier’s Scaly Face

(MedPage Today) — Case Findings: A 22-year-old man enlisted in the military was undergoing some additional training when he visited the doctor for treatment of a fine scaly plaque on his face. It had started as an annular, pruritic, erythematous lesion and was now starting to get a little bit of crusting on the border. He was always clean-shaven with a short military brush cut, so he could see that he did not have any other lesions on his head. They had recently been practicing hand-to-hand combat, so he had been in close contact doing maneuvers and wrestling with other soldiers.

Can you diagnose the patient?
Source: Dermatology