|Rash on back of hands
Sep 27, 2001
Hello Dr Feinberg,
I was wondering if you would clarify something for me. Can a rash (lichyfied) primarily on the back of the hands present with primary HIV infection?
Thanks for your time.
Response from Dr. Feinberg
A lichenified (chronic, thickened) rash on the back of the hands would be a quite unusual rash to see with HIV seroconversion.
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