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Red, wavy rashes

A 10-year-old girl came with her mother to the pediatrician’s office complaining about severe itch all over her body that started 2 weeks earlier. A red and wavy rash was visible on her body primarily in the areas with severe itch. According to her mother, the itchiness started between her fingers, subsequently spreading to her wrists, armpits, and back within 1 week. She also complained of itchiness on her lower extremities, mainly between her toes and on her knees. The girl reported the itch was more severe at night, to the point where she couldn’t fall asleep. This was the first time she reported these symptoms.

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