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Assistance with Rash on Back: Follow up

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Hi All,

 

With respect to the rash that I have been discussing on this forum, the one that has not yet been definitively identified, due to the extreme restrictions with respect to posting images on this forum, I've had to crop and re-crop the image, which has caused it become very blurry. If there are any dermatology PAs who would like to assist me further, I can send them a much better defined image of the rash if I send it to your personal e-mail address. If any dermatology PAs would therefore like to further assist me in identifying this very itchy rash, please send a message to my personal e-mail address at mea505@cox.net. I will then forward a much better defined rash to your e-mail address.

 

I would appreciate any replies and assistance.

 

Thanks,

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