This lesion started as a rash 3 months prior to presentation and became an ulcerated open wound with some nodularity in and around it. What is your diagnosis?
Mehmet Sitki Copur, MD
Are there special second-line considerations for an SCC lung patient with a history of Crohn disease who progressed on first-line carboplatin and gemcitabine? Can any pretreatment tests be deferred for a patient with a history of heavy smoking and a single solitary nodule found on his CT chest scan? Take this multiquestion quiz to find out.
Know when to change targeted therapies in patients with progressive lung cancer? How about appropriate patient criteria for segmentectomy or wedge resection? Test your knowledge in our latest quiz.
A 56-year-old Caucasian woman presented to her primary care physician with a 3-month history of intermittent bright red rectal blood with defecation. At her initial visit, a digital rectal examination, anoscopy, and a pelvic examination with DNA testing for high-risk HPV were performed; all results were negative. She was referred for a colonoscopy, which revealed an abnormal area with a 3 × 4–cm mass in the rectum at a distance of 10 cm from the anal verge.
In patients with stage IIIA non–small-cell lung cancer, should the presence of N2 disease be determined by both radiologic and invasive staging prior to treatment initiation? Are ALK rearrangements and EGFR mutations mutually exclusive? Test your knowledge in our latest quiz.
Do you know what available options exist for a lung cancer patient with a BRAF V600E mutation? How about the best course of action for a patient with T2N2M0 disease? Test your knowledge and take part in a series of case scenarios to see if you can pick the correct course of action for each.
A 48-year-old Caucasian woman presented with a palpable right breast mass. Physical examination confirmed a lump on the upper outer quadrant of her right breast. On PET/CT scan there was an incidental finding of increased metabolic activity in the left lateral breast.