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A 6-month-old otherwise healthy girl was referred to us for a 3-month history of generalised persistent itching erythema.
Physical examination showed white transient linear oedematous lesions on widespread erythema caused by scratching (figure 1), leading to an initial diagnosis of physical urticaria.
After 1 month, during an acute febrile episode (38.3°C), tense vesicle-bullous lesions with a yellow-citrine fluid appeared on …
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