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Acute erythematous eruptions: what is the diagnosis?
  1. Renata Robl,
  2. Marjorie Uber,
  3. Mayara Schulze Cosechen Rosvailer,
  4. Susana Giraldi,
  5. Vânia Oliveira Carvalho
  1. Division of Pediatric Dermatology, Federal University of Paraná, Hospital de Clínicas da UFPR, Curitiba, Paraná, Brazil
  1. Correspondence to Dr Renata Robl, Rua Cruz e Souza 68, Guabirotuba, Curitiba, Paraná, CEP 81510160, Brazil; natarobl{at}

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Select one best answer from the following:

  1. Drug reaction

  2. Annular erythema of infancy

  3. Urticaria

  4. Urticaria vasculitis

  5. Discoid lupus

  6. Erythema infectiosum

Answers to the following questions can be found on page 334

Question 1

Case 1: A 9-year-old boy presents with a 2-day history of a maculopapular eruption, with lesions converging to reddish plaques on the malar eminences, sparing the perioral region, forehead and nose (figure …

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