Part 2 of this dermatology CE offering will increase your knowledge of a variety of noncommunicable dermatologic conditions that span from milia to cancer so that you can confidently form your differential diagnosis. The presentation considers the different presentations of atopic, periorifical, and allergic contact dermatitis and defines how abnormal skin growths such as granuloma annulare develop.
After completing this session, you will be able to quickly differentiate between various types of rosacea and intertrigo, as well as squamous and basal cell carcinomas. Each condition is accompanied by clinical photos to further your understanding of the presentation. Numerous practice questions are included to reinforce your knowledge.
A few of the many topics detailed in this presentation are as follows:
- Subacute cutaneous lupus
- Angiomas and venous malformations
- Cysts and pseudocysts
- Seborrheic keratoses
- Solar lentigines and café au lait macule
- Mole patterns and melanoma
- Intradermal nevus
- Other malignant skin growths