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Match the disease to the patients with palmar rashes

These five patients presented with a longstanding palmar rash. Each was given a different diagnosis: psoriasis, tinea manuum, keratolysis exfoliativa, contact dermatitis, and pompholyx. Match the diagnosis to the image and suggest treatment.

These five patients presented with a longstanding palmar rash. Each was given a different diagnosis: psoriasis, tinea manuum, keratolysis exfoliativa, contact dermatitis, and pompholyx. Match the diagnosis to the image and suggest treatment.

Click on the "answers" box below to find out if you were right

Patient 1

Patient 2

Patient 3

Patient 4

Patient 5

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