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Time to Complete
August 9, 2010
February 28, 2012
From the August 2010 edition of The Clinical Advisor
Two patients present with leg rashes. One rash developed after a woman started taking cefazolin, and the other featured the deposition of hemosiderin.
To improve the clinician’s ability to distinguish and properly treat dermatologic conditions with similar presentations.
The authors have no relationships to disclose relating to the content of this article.
Damola A. Adegbenro, MD, is a family medicine resident at the Riverside Regional Medical Center in Newport News, Va.
Noah S. Scheinfeld, MD, JD, is assistant clinical professor of dermatology at Columbia University in New York City, where he has a private practice.
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