Quiz: Cellulitis
Question 1 of 3  

A 40-year-old woman comes to the office because of swelling and tenderness in her right leg below the knee. When examined, the skin is hot, red, and edematous, and its surface resembles the skin of an orange (peau d'orange). The factor in her history that differentiates a diagnosis of cellulitis rather than deep venous thrombosis (DVT) is

  • A.

    Unilateral presentation

  • B.

    Peau d'orange

  • C.

    Lack of bruising over the affected area

  • D.

    Lack of bullae over the affected area

Am I correct?