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    Scottsdale 2012 Didactic Session VII Case Vignette 31

    This is a 17 year-old female with a history of ADHD and depression who developed

    pruritic erythematous papules on her back and shoulders. She presented to her local

    Emergency Department, which suggested clinical monitoring and treatment with

    Zyprexa. The rash continued to progress over the next few days until the patient

    developed painful targetoid bullae on her chest, back, and bilateral proximal extremities.

    One day prior to presentation, she noted tender oral, vulvar, and anal mucosal lesions.

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    The patient was a 81 year old male with dermoscopically suspicious recently changing pigmented lesion on the forearm.  Clinical diagnosis of a nevus was favored and shave biopsy was performed to confirm a clinical impression of a benign nevus. 

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    35 year-old female with targetoid lesions on the trunk and proximal extremities.

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    A 59 year-old Caucasian man with diabetes mellitus, type II, hypercholesterolemia and hypertension and who

    reported having a severe fall seven months prior to presentation. About three days after the fall, he reported 'bruiselike'

    areas involving his forearms and abdomen, which eventually faded and left behind the current skin

    lesions. Laboratory values for ANA, ANCA, antisclera-70, and anti-centromere were all negative. The patient's

    medications included insulin, glyburide, exenatide, cyclobenzaprine, flouxetine, metoprolol succinate and

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