Can you diagnose these lesions?

A 4-year-old female presented with small non-pruritic macular skin lesions of approximately 2 months. Lesions are itchy and partially responsive to OTC topical steroids. No past medical history of such lesions. No relevant family history. What is the diagnosis according to you?

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Scabies mostly found on skin folds Or it's speed by itch It's just micro mug bite Child plays in farm, garden may it occur Cream clotri b Follow well
Suspected papular Urticaria / Tinea corporis DD scabies
Scabies.. Take Family History and look for other site
Thank you Dr Jain Sir
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Could be scabies. History given is too insufficient
Maculopapular eruptions itchy lesions are LPC
Thanx dr Vipin Bihari Jain
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?Scabies ? Papular urticaria
? SCABETIC LESIONS.. ? HIVES..
Tnx
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Scabetic lesions.. Urticaria..
Ddx:LP, papular urticaria.
Likely to be scabies
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