Fast Five Quiz: Keys to Atopic Dermatitis in Skin of Color

Candrice R. Heath, MD


March 18, 2021

In patients with skin of color, atopic dermatitis appears with various clinical manifestations. Erythema may be difficult to see or may appear violaceous. Inflammation from atopic dermatitis may result in hypopigmentation or hyperpigmentation of the skin that affects quality of life. There are conditions that mimic atopic dermatitis that are important to consider in the differential diagnosis.

Are you able to correctly identify and treat patients with skin of color who have these clinical manifestations? Refresh and test your knowledge by taking this short quiz.


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