A 39-year-old Hispanic male presented with complaints of mucous stools, loss of appetite, rectal bleeding and a 30-pound weight loss within the past several months.
Pornchai Jonglertham, MD
Progressive Red-to-Violaceous Papules and Plaques on the Neck and Abdominal Skin of a 70-Year-Old Woman
A 70-year-old woman developed red-to-violaceous papules, plaques, and nodule- like skin lesions several months prior to her presentation. The skin lesions mostly involved her lower neck and abdominal area. What is the most likely diagnosis?
In this case, we examine a 49-year-old man with widespread metastatic sclerotic bone lesions. What is your diagnosis?