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Make the Diagnosis: Mom has Left the Pool

08:15 EDT 15 Apr 2019 | MedPageToday

(MedPage Today) -- A 40-year-old woman went to her primary care doctor because she had developed a rash of pruritic smooth papules on her trunk and intertriginous areas over the past few days. She had been spending a lot of time in the pool with her children since the warm weather began, but now she had a fever and swollen glands and wasn't feeling up to it. Can you diagnose the patient?

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