Don’t miss two days of the popular What’s Your Diaganosis case questions and answers sessions at IDC New York 2018. Join us for a weekend in New York City and see whether you can make the correct diagnoses on challenging and mysterious illnesses and infections that specialists have recently encountered in their practices.

Catch a glimpse of the real case presentations for 2018:

Case #1
A previously healthy 4-year-old female presents with acute-onset mouth ulcers and discrete skin lesions (Figure 1).

Case #2
A previously healthy 3-year-old female developed a growing lesion on her posterior thigh. It was preceded by an unwitnessed abrasion-type injury (Figure 2).
Courtesy of Goddy Corpuz, MD

Case #3
An 11-year-old male has a 2-month history of chronic sores on both lower legs (Figure 3).

Case #4
A 15-year-old male noticed the onset of an erythematous lesion on the sole of his left foot (Figure 4).
Courtesy of Brent Steadman, MD

Case #5
A 3-year-old female known to have atopic dermatitis, is admitted to the hospital with dehydration due to multiple, painful oral ulcers, and the inability to swallow oral fluids, and is also noted to have a large, bloody scab covering her entire philtrum (Figure 5).

Case #6
A 16-month female is admitted for sepsis that was associated with some unusual, dark skin lesions (Figure 6).