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A 53-year-old white man presented with an acute onset of inflammatory papulopustules on the central part of his face (Figure 1) and head (Figure 2) and a few lesions on his trunk that fused and discharged purulent material. Marked erythema, facial edematous swelling, and bilateral conjunctival injection were evident. Comedones were not observed.
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