A 21-year-old patient presents with a five-day history of a nonpruritic, erythematous rash with concomitant low-grade fever, headache and arthralgias. She has been working as a camp counselor for pasr few months.She does not recall a tick or other insect bite and none of the other camp counselors or campers have developed a similar rash. Ayurvedic examination reveals pitta prakriti, tikshna agni, Mutra daha, mala nirama, sparsha samsheetushna, jihva nirama and aakriti sam.

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POSSIBLY.... LUPUS. ERYTHEMATOUS DD STRESS URTICARIAL RASHES DUE. TO..... ... SOME. IRRITANT ALLERGIC. CONTACT I

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Tinea corporis?

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? Urticaria

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Psoriasis

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Erythema

Dx Urticaria ?

CHINA OR CHINA-SULPH IS THE REMEDY.

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Dadru Mandala?

tinea carporis

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Seems mainly Pittadushti. If the pt. is 'arha' try Raktamokshana & Virechan Bland diet Not to go in bright Sun-light Rasapachak quath

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