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Diagnosis : Herald lesion


The patient had an episode of sore throat, that was treated with a strong antibiotic without success. This lesion appeared approximately one week after the end of the upper respiratory tract infection.

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17 comments:

Anonymous said...

tularemia

Anonymous said...

pytiriasis versicolor

bayubayu said...

Tuberculosis kutis

Anonymous said...

eritema migrans post streptococcus

Anonymous said...

Streptococcal Infections

Anonymous said...

dermatophyton

Anonymous said...

I mean dermatophytosis.
absolutely that's it

Anonymous said...

may be erythema marginatum,post streptoccocal,rheumatic fever

Anonymous said...

tinea something
Fungus

muhammad said...

erythema marginatum

Anonymous said...

erythema nodosum

Anonymous said...

Erythema Marginatum

Erythema marginatum is described as the presence of pink rings on the trunk and inner surfaces of the arms and legs which come and go for as long as several months. The rings are barely raised and are non-pruritic. The face is generally spared.

It occurs in less than 5% of patients with rheumatic fever, but is considered a major Jones criterion when it does occur.

It is an early feature of rheumatic fever and may be associated with mild carditis.

Anonymous said...

dermatophytosis

Anonymous said...

TINEA CORPORIS

Anonymous said...

psoriasis

Anonymous said...

ITP

Anonymous said...

taenial infection