Rash to torso for 3 weeks. Diagnosis?

26 year-old-male presented with rash to torso for approx 3 weeks. Stated he has these lesions on and off. No recent travel out of the country. Rash is shown in picture and does not have any raised characteristics. Mild itching is present. History of minor allergies & asthma. What is the diagnosis? and treatment options?

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Pityasis roses. A skin rash that sometimes begins as a large spot on the chest, abdomen or back, followed by a pattern of smaller lesions. The cause of pityriasis rosea isn't well understood, but it may be triggered by a viral infection. Some evidence indicates the rash may be triggered by a viral infection, particularly by certain strains of the herpes virus. But it's not related to the herpes virus that causes cold sores. Pityriasis rosea isn't believed to be contagious.

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Pityriasis rosea Topical steroids Antiallergic Cap Amantadine may be given if no response to treatment

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Apparently Pityriasis rosea Advise cetrizine,1bd Topical betamethasone locally

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Pityriasis roses Tapering dose of steroid orally and locally. Antihistamine orally. Analgesic sos. Keto soap powder and lotion locally.

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