This patient has multiple treatments for IVF. She finally had a successful pregnancy in 2013.
•A 48 y. o. F
A 26 year old male with “flu symptoms and a rash”
24 y.o. F from Liberia with hyperpigmented papules and nodules.
•A 32 Hispanic women developed “wound infection” after cesarean section. The would was debrided twice but the ulcers continue to spread in spite of antibiotic treatment. She also developed ulcers on her back and neck. The neck lesion was excised.
24 year-old college student, a basketball player, complaining of sometimes itchy rash on his groins.
Male patient, aged 31 years. Three-month history of ulcerated lesion on left thigh. History of travel to Burundi, Angola & the Democratic Republic of the Congo. He later admitted to swimming in rivers on his travels.
Black African female aged 33 years. Multiple painful nodules on the lower extremities, predominantly the calves.
Seriously ill 35 year old African male with pneumonia, oral candidiasis & pulmonary tuberculosis. HIV-positive, but not on HAART. Few days’ history of asymptomatic, hyperpigmented papular skin rash, present mainly on the trunk & limbs.
Black African female, aged 32 years. Multiple large, soft elevated facial skin lesions.
Female patient, aged 48 years. Vulval and perineal ulceration.
Boy, aged 5 years. Biopsy of circrumferential, fleshy perianal skin lesion.
Male patient, aged 32 years. Biopsy of fleshy lesion on corona of glans penis.
Male patient, aged 37 years. Ulcer noted in circumcision specimen with penile Kaposi sarcoma.
HIV-positive Black African female with extensive painful vulval and perineal ulceration.
Black African male, aged 38 years. Fungating mass excised from the base of the right thumb.
Black African male, aged 45 years. Presented initially with otorrrhea & otalgia. 18x15mm polypoid mass later excised from the ear canal. No associated tympanic membrane or middle ear involvement.
Nineteen-year-old African female with AIDS. ICU admission with respiratory distress and widespread skin lesions. Fungemia, with bone marrow involvement.
Caucasian female, aged 40 years. One-week history of widespread, intensely pruritic papular skin rash. Treatment with abacavir commenced 6 weeks previously.
Black African female, aged 44 years. HIV+; CD4 count = 60 cells/mm³. Currently on treatment for pulmonary tuberculosis & Pneumocystis pneumonia. One-week history of pruritic papular sk