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Livedo Reticularis and Contact Dermatitis to Poison Ivy

Livedo Reticularis and Contact Dermatitis to Poison Ivy

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Case 1:
A network of purplish pink lesions recently developed on a 28-year-old woman's
arms and legs. The asymptomatic rash becomes more prominent with exposure
to cold. The patient denies fever, aches, arthralgias, oral erosions, chest
pain, and photosensitivity.

Which of the disorders in the differential is the likely diagnosis?

A. Erythema ab igne.
B. Livedo reticularis.
C. Cutis marmorata.
D.Raynaud phenomenon.

Which of the following disorder(s) is associated with this patient's skin
condition?

E. Hepatitis C.
F. Lupus erythematosus.
G.Pancreatitis.
H.Minocycline hypersensitivity.
I. Syphilis.

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