Each month, a member of the DermQuest Editorial Board will select the best submitted image as the 'Image of the Month'.
scarring, violaceous scarring plaques on the face caused by discoid lupus erythematosus
typical frogspawn appearance of lymphangioma circumscriptum of the shoulder
A seemingly minor hemorrhagic crust may turn out to be a tick
Heliotrope of eyelids due to dermatomyositis
A good example of primary oral herpes infection with painful lesions on the tongue, gingiva and mucosal lip
Severe epidermolysis bullosa in an infant
A good example of an annular plaque with a few pustules, characteristic of tinea corporis
Xeroderma pigmentosum in a teenager with consanguinous parents and multiple basal cell carcinomas
Major aphthae of the oral mucosa in a boy with no other systemic diseases
Flat violaceous papules and plaques along with hyperkeratosis due to lichen planus
Tense bullae associated with periumbilical involvement late in pregnancy characteristic of pemphigoid gestationis
Annular and arcuate plaques with trailing edge of scale characteristic of erythema annulare centrifigum
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