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A 6-month-old infant presented to our paediatric department with a low grade pyrexia and rash. There were vesicular lesions over the left chest and abdominal wall in the T6 dermatome distribution (figure 1). Investigations revealed a normal C reactive protein, with raised alanine transaminase of 362 units/l and white cell count of 19.1×109/l. On questioning, the mother revealed …
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