Clinical manifestation

Multiple, irregularly shaped, eroded or ulcerated papules, usually in a distribution within easy reach of the dominant hand; blistering sometimes occurring after burns; morphology and distribution not consistent with any other dermatosis

Differential diagnosis Atopic dermatitis; scabies; bacterial pyoderma; herpes simplex virus infection; herpes zoster; insect bite reaction; polyarteritis nodosa; Wegener's granulomatosis; septic vasculitis; Weber-Christian disease; nodular vasculitis

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