In our patient's case, punch biopsy of the NAC would have been appropriate at the first signs of friable, erythematous
, squamous, annular plaques of varying sizes are seen on upper arms and trunk.
Dermatological examination revealed well-defined, bilaterally symmetrical, hyperkeratotic, erythematous
to violaceous, lichenified plaques on dorsal aspect of feet, ankles, Achilles tendons and lower one third of anterior surface of shins.
The rash was characteristic of EM, with annular cutaneous manifestations and multiple target-like erythematous
A skin biopsy taken from the erythematous
plaques showed mildly atrophic epidermis with multiple foamy macrophages and lymphocytes in the dermis.
A 36-h-old full-term, vaginally delivered, male neonate with no significant antenatal history was admitted to our neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) with erythematous
lesions over the genital region of 16-h duration [Figure 1].
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On examination, there were diffuse erythematous
infiltrated papules coalescing into plaques involving the trunk, bilateral shoulders and extending to lower extremities, in addition to the previous keratoderma.
Table 1: History on dogs with Staphylococcal deep pyoderma Duration Breed Sex Age of Clinical signs infection GSD M 1y 1 week Erythematous
nodules Rott F 3y 3 weeks Pustules GSD M 4Y 3 weeks Haemorrhagic pus from pressure points Dachs F 4m 2 months Pustules on different body parts Dachs m 4y 1 mon Haemorrhagic nodules in Interdigital space Dachs F 12y 1 mon Haemorrhagic pus from pressure points Great M 3y6m 6m Haemorrhagic pus Dane from pressure points Rott F 9y 4weeks Pustules in the interdigital space pug M 3y 2 weeks Haemorrhagic bullae in the interdigital space GSD M 3y 3weeks Erythematous
nodules over the paws Dachs M 2y 3m Recurrent erythema- tous nodules all over body Rott M 2y 6m Recurrent haemorrahic pustules Previous Breed antibiotic Durat.
A 56-year-old Caucasian male newly diagnosed with acute myelogenous leukemia (AML) M3 presented with a six-week history of multiple painful erythematous
nodules scattered on his trunk and extremities, previously treated as abscesses with incision and drainage plus oral trimethoprim-sulfamethoxazole without improvement.
This disease is characterized by depapillation, erythematous
areas showing raised greyish or white circinate lines or bands with irregular pattern on the dorsal surface of the tongue.
On day 17 of PIP/TAZ therapy, while fever and neutropenia were still persisting, an ulcerated erythematous
lesion with a necrotic center was detected on the patient's right hip, and there were smaller acneiform, erythematous
nodular lesions on the left side of the abdominal wall, the left hip, the forearm, and the axilla (Figures 1 and 2).