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Case 1: A 5-year-old girl showed a skin lesion that appeared 16 days earlier. The lesion was irregularly shaped with hyperpigmentation on the back of the hand covered by blisters (figure 1). Her parents denied any contact with plants or citrus fruit. Case 2: A 3-year-old girl was brought for consultation because of lesions that had begun 6 days before. There were erythema, hyperpigmentation and ulcerated areas on the trunk …
Contributors MR, RR: review of patients’ records and review of the literature. LPM: patient selection, review of the literature and preparation of manuscript. KTA, VOC: selection of the paediatric dermatology photographic archive, review of the literature and preparation of manuscript.
Competing interests None.
Patient consent Obtained.
Ethics approval The study was approved by the Research Ethics Committee of Parana Federal University.
Provenance and peer review Not commissioned; internally peer reviewed.
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