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June 2006

Annular Atrophic Plaques on the Arms of a 57-Year-Old Woman—Quiz Case

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MICHAEL E.MINGMD

Arch Dermatol. 2006;142(6):775-780. doi:10.1001/archderm.142.6.775-a

An otherwise healthy 57-year-old woman presented with several erythematous, annular lesions on her arms and legs. The lesions, which had gradually increased in size and number over the last 6 years, were occasionally pruritic. She had completed several courses of oral antifungal agents, which had been prescribed by her primary care physician, with no improvement. Her medical history was significant for a mild stroke that had occurred without any residual neurologic sequelae 2 months earlier. Her medications included clopidogrel and simvastatin, which she had begun taking shortly after her stroke. She denied having any systemic complaints.

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