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11 yrs old boy with purpuric skin lesions in both legs and thighs for about 4 days ago, associated with itching , no other symptoms besides fever. no drugs history or allergy. please diagnose and treatment.

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Purpural rash--HSP/ITP/ vasculopathy?. needs investigations.

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H S Pupura Tab medrol 4 mg bd Tab allegra 80 mg 1/2 bd Tab calpol 250 mg s o s Needs clinical exam Pathological test like c b c est platelet count

? PURPURIC VASCULOPATHY.. ? HSP .. ? ITP .. NEED'S CLINICOPATHOLOGICAL EVALUATION FOR CONFIRMATION AND MANAGEMENT..

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POSSIBLE.... ACUTE URTICARIA PIGMENTOSA SECONDARY. TO..... ... ALLERGIC. CONTACT....

Distribution of purpura indicates probability of HSP. Needs investigation to confirm.

Purpurial rash Steroids orally topically antihistomonics Antioxidants

Hx of abdominal pain? Could be henoch-schonlein purpura

Allergic contact dermatitis

Ac urticara pigmentosa

urticaria pigmentosa

HSP/ITP

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