Unusual rashes can be bumps looking like tumors, areas that look like burns, blistering conditions and conditions over joints or around the eyes. These rashes can be associated with internal problems, such as fever, joint pains, headaches, muscle aches and pneumonia. The actual diagnosis for patients may turn out to be lupus, pemphigoid, pemphigus, granuloma annulare or erythema nodosum, to name a few. If workups, usually including blood tests and skin biopsies, are usually necessary to find the cause of these often rashes. As a board certified dermatologist we are experts in dermatologic problems and are often asked by other physicians to consult and evaluate these very interesting patients.