Internal Medicine World ReportDecember 2006
Volume 0
Issue 0

Prepared by Mark Miller, MD, Division of Infectious Diseases, Los Angeles County/University of Southern California Medical Center, Calif

A 53-year-old nursing-home resident with late-stage AIDS was hospitalized with an acute dermatitis of 2 weeks’ duration. The erythematous, scaly, flaky rash was most prominent on the face (Figure), hands, legs, and feet. The lesions were not painful or pruritic. Several other residents of his nursing home had a similar, but pruritic, rash suggestive of an outbreak.

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