A 68-year-old woman went to the doctor after noticing a rash that had developed on her trunk over the past few weeks. On examination, there were multiple confluent, orange-red plaques on the trunk and arms with “islands of sparing” within them. The rash had a primarily truncal distribution and was pruritic. She was otherwise feeling well.
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