June 3, 2007
Internal Medicine World Report, October 2006, Volume 0, Issue 0

A 29-year-old white man presented to the emergency department with a maculopapular eruption on his palms (Figure 1). Physical examination revealed other lesions on his trunk and lower extremities (Figure 2) but no oral lesions. The lesions were neither painful nor pruritic. He had fever, headache, and malaise and reported that he had been diagnosed with acute hepatitis B infection 1 month earlier.

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