Presenter: Jackie Levin D.O., Ralph Fiore D.O., and Ellecia Cook D.O.
Dermatology Program: Largo Medical Center
Program Director: Richard Miller
Submitted on: Jan 6, 2012
CHIEF COMPLAINT: Bumps on back
Signs and symptoms: Present x 2 years. Located from mid to lower back. Painful, draining, and worsening. Recently incised and drained by PCP.
Previous Treatment: Incision and drainage, oral antiobiotics, and topical antibiotics.
Other information: Past medical history significant for hidradenitis suppurativa of the axillae, inguinal, and perianal region in which surgical excision was performed.
Multiple friable, violaceous nodules located from the lower thoracic to upper lumbar region
Bacterial culture negative.
1. Pyogenic Granuloma
2. Neutrophilic Dermatosis
3. Hidradenitis Suppurativa
4. Staphyloccocal Furunculosis
5. Cutaneous Crohn’s