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Painful skin eruption in a professional auto mechanic — a quiz

Anna Zaryczańska, Martyna Sławińska, Roman J. Nowicki, Michał Sobjanek
Forum Dermatologicum 2017;3(4):166-168.

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Tom 3, Nr 4 (2017)
Quiz
Opublikowany online: 2018-03-01

Streszczenie

A 37-year-old man, auto mechanic by trade, presented with multiple facial skin lesions, accompanied by burning sensation and pain, eye redness, fever and fatigue. The symptoms occurred 4 days before admission. Two weeks earlier he was consulted dermatologically due to hand eczema treated subsequently with topical steroids; additionally, he reported presence of concomitant facial erythema with scaling. Besides, the personal and familial medical history was unremarkable. Clinical examination revealed multiple skin erosions covered with serosanguineous crust, disseminated on his face, hands and forearms (Fig. 1); increased body temperature of 38.7 degrees Celsius, and conjunctival congestion. Laboratory tests revealed increased level of inflammatory parameters (C-reactive protein 21.25 mg/L, leukocytosis 13.48 ×109/L).

Streszczenie

A 37-year-old man, auto mechanic by trade, presented with multiple facial skin lesions, accompanied by burning sensation and pain, eye redness, fever and fatigue. The symptoms occurred 4 days before admission. Two weeks earlier he was consulted dermatologically due to hand eczema treated subsequently with topical steroids; additionally, he reported presence of concomitant facial erythema with scaling. Besides, the personal and familial medical history was unremarkable. Clinical examination revealed multiple skin erosions covered with serosanguineous crust, disseminated on his face, hands and forearms (Fig. 1); increased body temperature of 38.7 degrees Celsius, and conjunctival congestion. Laboratory tests revealed increased level of inflammatory parameters (C-reactive protein 21.25 mg/L, leukocytosis 13.48 ×109/L).

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Tytuł

Painful skin eruption in a professional auto mechanic — a quiz

Czasopismo

Forum Dermatologicum

Numer

Tom 3, Nr 4 (2017)

Strony

166-168

Data publikacji on-line

2018-03-01

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Forum Dermatologicum 2017;3(4):166-168.

Autorzy

Anna Zaryczańska
Martyna Sławińska
Roman J. Nowicki
Michał Sobjanek

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