A 64 year old man presented with a diagnosis of tinea cruris. He said that he had been treating it for 3 years without resolution. He reported using at least 3 different prescription anti-fungal creams and for the past 5 months and used a different prescription cream called triamcinolone. He reports little to no pruritus. With the rash being so resistant, his primary care doctor referred him to a dermatologist for evaluation. Continue reading Man with groin rash that won’t go away. What is your diagnosis? Crutchfield Dermatology Case of the Month.
11-month-old infant presents with pruritic crusted papules and pustules on feet, as seen in the picture. Also hand and axilla involvement. A teen cousin visiting for the summer has a similar rash, and both are very pruritic.
Here is a picture of a mineral oil scraping I took through the microscope ocular with my cell phone.
What is your diagnosis?