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3 yrs male this type of lesions since morning, no history of fever, please advise dx & tt

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Acute articarial vasculitis Usually followed by Viral or bacterial infections Treatment of choice are Steroids and antibiotics

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?? granuloma annulare. Causes is unknown (idiopathic). Numerous theories exist linking the cause to trauma, sun exposure, thyroid disease, tuberculosis, and various viral infections. ... The disseminated type of the disorder, which affects large areas of the body, may be associated with diabetes mellitus. Rx. Intralessional steroids injection. topical steroids.

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granulosa septicium pseudomonas aeruginosa imf are dds

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Ssss Staphylococcal scalded skin syndrome Hsp Henoch schonlein purpura Need to rule out sepsis Need work up

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Granuloma annulare Stapp. scalded skin syndrome Idiopathic

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Acute articarial vasculitis Usually followed by Viral or bacterial infections Treatment of choice are Steroids and antibiotics

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Staph.skin infection

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Staph septecemia

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SSSS ?? Staphylococcal scalded skin syndrome Hsp ? Need work up

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