Left-Sided Eruption on a Child: Case Study

Vanessa Lichon, MD, CWS; Amor Khachemoune, MD, CWS


Dermatology Nursing. 2007;19(4):366-367. 

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On examination, the patient was a healthy-appearing boy with numerous erythematous papules and macules with some coalescing into patches and plaques on his left axilla, the left side of his chest, and inner and anterior aspect of his left arm. The patient's right side was completely free of any lesions and the remainder of his exam was normal. The patient had no cervical or axillary lymphadenopathy bilaterally.


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