Eggs and a brownish lesion

  Question A healthy 35-year-old man presented with small eggs and a brownish lesion on the medial edge of his right big toe Two weeks before presentation, he had returned from a holiday trip to Brazil, where he had been barefoot. The patient was

Man with congestion and ocular itchiness

  A 60-year-old man was evaluated for nasal congestion and ocular itchiness that had been ongoing for several years. Examination was unremarkable, showing normal visual acuity, except for symmetric defects in the iris of both eyes . The patient reported no history of eye

A 47 year old male presented with a 1.5 year history of hypertension that did not respond to therapy with the antihypertensive agents nifedipine and spironolactone. He was found to have hypokalemia. An abdominal CT scan revealed a lesion represented by the gross image above. What is the syndrome, and what are the structures (arrow) seen by H&E and by electron microscopy? [Case contributed by Khaled Al Saad, MD of King Fahad National Guard Hospital, Riyadh, SAUDI ARABIA]:

A 12-year-old boy was admitted to the hospital because of fever, chills, sweats, productive cough, nausea, and vomiting.

This 81-year-old woman presented with swelling and pain in the left foot a week after treatment for acute bronchitis.

A 25 year old woman was involved in a motor vehicle accident. She was initially well, but then developed a left-sided headache, and then a right hemiparesis:

A 50-year-old man presented for a routine physical examination for the first time in 10 years.

A 90-year-old man had the incidental finding shown here at autopsy. What is the most likely diagnosis?

A 68-year-old man who had Behçet’s disease

A 23-year-old man after motor vehicle accident

A 50-year-old woman has the finding seen here. The lesion has been present since birth. What is the most likely diagnosis?

A 68-year-old man has had increasing dyspnea for the past 10 years. He has had a 5 kg weight loss over the past 3 months. He has had headaches for the past 2 weeks. Laboratory studies show serum calcium 12.9 mg/dL, phosphorus 2.4 mg/dL, and albumin 4.8 g/dL. What is the most likely diagnosis?