A 70-year-old woman presented with a 1-week history of dizziness and generalized rash following the onset of a viral respiratory tract infection. On physical examination, she had a generalized, macular, nonblanching, purplish rash. What is the most likely diagnosis? A) Cutaneous larva migrans B) Erythema infectiosum C) Cutis marmorata D) Cold agglutinin disease E) Erythema ab igne

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C. Cutis Marmorata. Cutis marmorata is a reddish-purple mottled skin pattern common in newborns. It appears in response to cold temperatures. It's usually temporary and benign. It can also occur in children, adolescent girls, and adults.

Post viral excerbation Yes CUTIS MARMORATA

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Answer is C Cutis MARMORATA

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C) Cutis marmorata

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