|Acute infection question
Jul 21, 2006
Is the rash in acute infection usually generalized and diffuse or could it be localized to a left cheek and shoulder?
Response from Dr. Daar
The rash associated with acute infection can be variable in appearance but is usually generalized. It would be unusual for it to be localized to just one cheek and/or shoulder.
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