December 17, 2013
Annular Vesiculobullous Eruption in a Healthy Young Man
A previously healthy 20-year-old man presents with a mildly pruritic, progressive rash. The eruption began in his scalp and subsequently spread over 9 days’ time to his neck, back, and chest. The physical examination is notable for numerous grouped vesicles and relatively monomorphic tense bullae, coalescing into markedly annular plaques, superimposed on erythematous bases with central clearing and scale.
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