August 5, 2014
Malar Rash in a Stem Cell Transplant Recipient
A 41-year-old white man with a history of myelofibrosis went on a sailing trip during which he was exposed to intense sunlight. Subsequently, he noted development of a nonpruritic rash on his face, trunk, and extremities. The rash was associated with intermittent fever, muscle pain, and weakness. His myelofibrosis had been treated 2 years earlier with a splenectomy and allogeneic peripheral hematopoietic stem cell transplantation from a single-antigen mismatched unrelated donor.
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