O/E: Healthy-appearing man with Type III skin. He has .5 to 1 cm in diameter plaques on his torso and proximal extremities. On his left forehead, he has three follicular papules.
Comment: This looks banal; but considering the patient's history biopsy is necessary. Two representative lesions were sampled with 4-mm trephines.
Pathology: Biopsy showed no atypical features and this most likely represents Pityriasis rosea in a somewhat immunocompromised man. Since his lymphoma treatment, his white count is ~ 1800 - 2000 but he feels well otherwise.