17 months old baby with a 6-week history of a rash most prominent on her arms and legs. She was normally developed and afebrile. She had no lymphadenopathy or hepatosplenomegaly. A complete blood count reveals slight leukocytosis. Examination reveals multiple pink to flesh-colored papules and papulovesicles primarily of her extremities and buttocks. There is no recent history of fever. can this be some complicated herpatic rashes? please help with diagnosis.

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POSSIBLY ALLERGIC IRRITANT CONTACT DERMATITIS DD ERYTHEMA ATOPIC DERMATITIS

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Papular urticaria?

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? PAPULAR URTICARIA..

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Papular Urticaria

CHILDRENS AND INFUNTS. ARMS. LEGS. ERUPTIONS TENDENCY TO. SPOT SYMPTOM'S IN. NATES..BUTTOCKS. SULPHUR IS THE REMEDY DR. DIAGNOSIS OF CHILDHOOD PSOARA.

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Urticaria

?Scabies ?Urticaria

I think it's atopic dermatitis. Need to take care of diet, water, hygiene, proper ventilation.

Allergic contact dermatitis

Sulphur if indicate

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