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Diagnosis : Transient acantholytic dermatosis


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26 comments:

Anonymous said...

orticaria stadio iniziale

Anonymous said...

herpes zooster

Anonymous said...

H-ZOSTER

Anonymous said...

angioectasi

Anonymous said...

kaposi sarcoma

Anonymous said...

herpes zoster

Anonymous said...

herpes

Anonymous said...

KAPOSI SARCOMA

Anonymous said...

HE ATE which was damaged. Allergy.
ANXIETY. SUN. It can be ERPIS

Anonymous said...

tipho abdominalis !

Anonymous said...

fabry disease

Anonymous said...

zooster zone with based liver malfunction...may be also associated with fungal skin infection

m said...

herbes Zoster

Anonymous said...

Herpes Zoster!

Anonymous said...

herpes zoster

Anonymous said...

herpes zoster

lolil said...

kaposis sarcoma. Herpes zoster only spread along the dermatome supplied by the affected nerve, hence it only affects one side of the body and does not cross the midline.

Anonymous said...

herpes zoster

tata said...

herpes zoster

Anonymous said...

rash is caused by steroids

Anonymous said...

Allergic reaction on steroids

Anonymous said...

dermatitis herpetiformis Duhring

Anonymous said...

herpes zoster in immunocompromized patient

Richie said...

...very similar to herpes boils but all over the body. Herpes though does not usually croos the midpoint of the body so it must be something else...

Anonymus said...

Skin allergy from medication

Felix said...

It is simply to widespread to be herpes zoster and the subject looks to young and in good health.