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    Recurrent brown spots in an infant girl


    A mother brings her healthy 6-month-old girl to the outpatient clinic with disseminated, asymptomatic, golden-brown bumps that occasionally become red and swollen. FOR MORE ON THIS CASE, TURN TO PAGE XX.

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    Nikita Goel, MD, PGY2
    Dr Goel is a second-year pediatric resident at Rainbow Babies and Children’s Hospital, Cleveland, Ohio.


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