Week 4 Discussion NURS 6512 Skin Conditions and Differential Diagnosis. #2 Graphic SUBJECTIVE DATA: Chief Complaint (CC): Multiple red spots on torso. History of Present Illness (HPI): The patient presents today with complaints of small, red round macules(flat) and papules(raised) with distinct borders distributed randomly across the bodies trunk. Medications: n/a Allergies:n/a Past Medical History (PMH): n/a Past Surgical History (PSH): n/a Sexual/Reproductive History: n/a Personal/Social History: n/a Immunization History: n/a Significant Family History: n/a Lifestyle: n/a Review of Systems: n/a General: HEENT: n/a Neck: n/a Breasts: n/a Respiratory: n/a Cardiovascular/Peripheral Vascular: n/a Gastrointestinal: n/a Genitourinary: n/a Musculoskeletal: n/a Psychiatric: n/a Neurological: n/a Skin: The patient’s history of skin conditions or symptoms is not known. Hematologic: Endocrine: Allergic/Immunologic: OBJECTIVE DATA:
Physical Exam: Vital signs: General: HEENT: Neck: Chest Lungs: Heart Peripheral Vascular: Abdomen: Genital/Rectal: Musculoskeletal: Neurological: Skin: A small, red round macules(flat) and papules(raised) with distinct borders distributed randomly across the bodies trunk. Possible diagnosis includes; cherry angioma, melanoma, hemangioma, or Kaposi Sarcoma (KS). Cherry angioma, appears to be the most likely diagnosis. Cherry angiomas are a common skin condition occurring most often in people over the age of 30 (Delgado, 2017).
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