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    Vesicular rash in an infant with eczema

    The Case

    The parents of a healthy 6-month-old boy with eczema bring him to the office for evaluation of a rapidly progressive rash on his arms, legs, face, and back. He had a low-grade fever and loose stools for 2 days last week. 

    NEXT: What's the diagnosis?

    Amy Vandiver, BA, MS3
    Ms Vandiver is a third-year medical student at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, Baltimore, Maryland.

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