DermQuest Image Library

Each month, a member of the DermQuest Editorial Board will select the best submitted image as the 'Image of the Month'.

Images of the month

  • fixed erythema

    Fixed drug eruptions are commonly due to NSAIDS and may be extensive, as in this elderly Vietnamese male.

    Submitted by:

    THANH NGUYEN tien

  • Submitted by:

    PANKAJ JAGIRDAR

    Biography:  He has received his medical degree from GS Medical College. He has also received his law degree from Bombay University. He is a consulting dermatologist at Mumbai since last 30 years. He has reviewed an article and published few papers. He has authored and published two books: Atlas of Interesting Cases in Dermatology (2012) and Monograph on Leprosy (2013). The books contain about 77 cases with histopathology. The books present changing pattern of leprosy in 21st century and the concept of progressive Indeterminate leprosy. Monograph on Leprosy contains unique presentation of leprosy of 21st century and earliest sign of trophic ulcer. Both books are invaluable for early diagnosis of leprosy.

  • kaposi's sarcoma

    HIV infection predisposes to Kaposi’s sarcoma, which can cause severe edema and obstruction of vision and orifices when severe.
    Submitted by:

    behcet behcet

  • hyperpigmentation

    Hyperpigmentation can occasionally be due to an innocuous cause, such as this patient with terra firma-forme dermatosis

    Submitted by:

    ipshita johri

  • lichen sclerosis et atrophicus

    A vitiligo-like lesion sometimes turns out to be something else, like lichen sclerosus in this case
    Submitted by:

    PANKAJ JAGIRDAR

    Biography:  He has received his medical degree from GS Medical College. He has also received his law degree from Bombay University. He is a consulting dermatologist at Mumbai since last 30 years. He has reviewed an article and published few papers. He has authored and published two books: Atlas of Interesting Cases in Dermatology (2012) and Monograph on Leprosy (2013). The books contain about 77 cases with histopathology. The books present changing pattern of leprosy in 21st century and the concept of progressive Indeterminate leprosy. Monograph on Leprosy contains unique presentation of leprosy of 21st century and earliest sign of trophic ulcer. Both books are invaluable for early diagnosis of leprosy.

  • seborrheic keratosis

    Large seborrheic keratoses sometimes have a cerebriform appearance, as in this lesion on the chest.

    Submitted by:

    Julia Ribar

  • angiosarcoma

    Cutaneous angiosarcoma has a predilection for skin and superficial soft tissue of the scalp in elderly patients

    Submitted by:

    Filiz Cebeci