A 20-year-old man with Crohn’s disease presented with a purpuric rash, pain and swelling of the left calf, nodular skin lesions, and nasal crusting. Cast your vote on the diagnosis in this latest NEJM Case Challenge.
A 66-year-old man was admitted with hypertension, shoulder pain, listlessness, urinary frequency, and constipation and was found to have anemia, acute kidney injury, and hypercalcemia. What is the most likely diagnosis?
Take the Case Challenge! Vote and comment now. Find the answers in the full text of the case, to be published on June 30.