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An Unusual "Bruise"

What do you make of this odd rash on the ankle of an otherwise healthy boy?

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The "bruise" arose after the 20-month-old bumped his cheek on a piece of furniture 1 month ago. Can you identify the lesion?

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A pruritic, scaly rash appeared on this 42-year-old man's elbows, knees, lower back, and buttocks. Can you ID?

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