Tuesday, June 19, 2012

Diagnostic Challenge

Here is this weeks diagnostic challenge where readers of EverythingHealth can test their diagnostic skill.  This man had a mild headache, fatigue and tingling sensation, followed by this weepy rash.  His right eye also became blurry.  What is the diagnosis?  In this case I am not giving you any multiple choice answers.  Just make the diagnosis.

The Answer will be posted tomorrow.  Good luck

Image from consultant360

6 comments:

gradydoctor said...

Varicella Zoster Ophthalmicus (VZV in V1 Distribution) -- complicated by optic nerve involvement. There are vesicles on the tip of the nose--I think that's called Hutchison Sign (?) -- whatever it's called, that suggests that you need to immediately begin to freak out about optic nerve involvement.

My dos pesos!:)

pilgrim said...

has he had chicken pox? It sure looks like herpes zoster.

Frank Irwin said...

Shingles?

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Solitary Diner said...

Zoster!

Tenacious F said...

If he had chickenpox I would say Herpes Zoster. Makes me tingle and itch just to see the photo.