50 female with 3 week history of pruritic, erythematous, maculopapular rash first beginning on right shin, and on left shin several days later. No significant medical history. No medications. No allergies. Physical exam unremarkable. Does have a history of atopic dermatitis, but in the past and very mild.

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? Vasculitis

POSSIBLY VASCULITIS DD DIABETIC PURPURIC RASHES

Vasculitis Is inflammation of vessel walls with inflammatory cells, fibrinoid deposited, necrosis or other changes. Use topical nd oral corticosteroid from the mainstay of treatment of vasculitis.NSAIDs,pentoxyphylline ,aspirin constitute useful.with immunosuppressive

Vasculitis NSAIDS orally. Calamine lotion and than lobate s oint locally. Improve general health and personal hygiene. Multivitamins and antioxidants orally. Immunosuppressive agents can be useful.

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Petechiae c/o thrombocytopenia, vasculitis

? LICHEN AMYLOIDOSIS ..

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