Skin and systemic disease – multiple slide shows (Medscape Reference)

Register with Medscape Reference for free. 킠These slideshows are in Medscape’s 킠image collection and each covers a different aspect, but generally involves a picture + accompanying text with links to Medscape pages at the end of the show for more detailed information.

Nice ‘bite sized chunks’. 킠The best shows include some simple questions as they go.

Abnormal findings on the hands: clues to systemic disease

Cutaneous clues to diagnosing endocrine disorders

Cutaneous clues to accurately diagnosing rheumatologic disease

Cutaneous and systemic manifestations of neurological disorders

Clues on the skin: systemic gastrointestinal diseases

Hidden clues to diagnosing nutritional deficiencies

Not-to-miss diseases presenting as hair loss



Level ALevel B


Medscape Reference, various authors


Less than 10 mins

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Posted By:   Ann Sergeant
Last Edited: March 20, 2013


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