MULTIPLE ECZEMATOUS/RED, SCALY LESIONS

Allergic contact dermatitis Is it assymetric? Linear?
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Irritant Contact Dermatitis Frequent bathing, swimming? dry skin, exposure to irritants?

Nummular eczema
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Tinea Corporis KOH positive?
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Drug Eruption. A drug eruption is usually maculopapular, but on occasion, it may be eczematous. It has been suggested that gold and bleomycin are more likely offenders that other medications.

Small Plaque Parapsoriasis Trunk, Static, Symmetric, Not too itchy?
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Cutaneous T Cell Lymphoma
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Diffuse Eczema

Exfoliative Erythroderma
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Hypereosinophilic Syndrome
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Rare

Subcutaneous Heparin injection

Vitamin K injection

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