Monroe, Joe R.
February 2007
Clinician Reviews;Feb2007, Vol. 17 Issue 2, p12
Academic Journal
The article presents a question and answer to test the ability of clinicians to identify and diagnose dermatologic conditions. The case example deals with a 67-year-old male with Parkinson's disease and is evaluated for presence of an itchy chest rash. The appearance of the rash is described and differentiated from other rashes that appeared on the patient's skin.


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