ExpiresAugust 1, 2021
Format TypeJournal-based CME
A woman had a large annular erythematous plaque on her back that had centrifugally expanded. She had mild pruritus that had not responded to antihistamine therapy or topical steroids and reported a 20-year history of the plaques recurring every summer and resolving by autumn. What is your diagnosis?
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Based on this clinical scenario and the accompanying image, understand how to arrive at a correct diagnosis.
Clinical Challenge, Dermatology
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AMA PRA Category 1 Credit