Ted Rosen, MD | Authors

A 49-Year-Old Woman Develops Thickened and Bound-Down Skin

May 13, 2013

A 49-year-old woman insidiously developed spotty depigmentation of the chest along with thickened and bound-down skin of the upper torso. In addition, all of her fingers were swollen and her facial skin became so tight that she had difficulty smiling. What is her diagnosis?

A 74-Year-Old Caucasian Man Presents With Asymptomatic Navel “Lump”

November 30, 2012

A 74-year-old, previously healthy, nonsmoking Caucasian male presented with a 4-month history of an asymptomatic “lump” in the navel. Biopsy of the umbilical nodule revealed adenocarcinoma. The most likely primary site of this patient’s malignancy is . . . ?

A 34-Year-Old Man Presents With an Expanding Lesion on the Right Arm

November 06, 2012

A 34-year-old, ostensibly healthy Caucasian male presented with a 3 cm × 3 cm solitary skin lesion located on the distal portion of the dorsal aspect of the right arm. The lesion first appeared during the patient’s last year in high school, approximately 17 years earlier.