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Dermatology 

Dermatology
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Dermatology
Author(s):

Ashis Banerjee

, Anisa J. N. Jafar

, Angshuman Mukherjee

, Christian Solomonides

, and Erik Witt

DOI:
10.1093/med/9780198814672.003.0005
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date: 15 April 2021

This chapter on dermatology contains six clinical Short Answer Questions (SAQs) with explanations and sources for further reading. Rashes (which may be itchy or painful, or both), swelling of the lips (e.g. angioedema), cellulitis of the lower limb, and erythroderma may be indicative of potentially serious conditions, and it will be up to the emergency doctor to assess, diagnose, and decide upon a treatment path for each patient. The cases described in this chapter are all situations any emergency doctor is likely to encounter at some point in his or her career. The material in this chapter will greatly aid revision for the Final FRCEM examination.

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