A 10-year-old girl’s 2.0-cm annular lesion on the neck persists following 10 days of antifungal therapy, and she undergoes serologic testing for Lyme disease, which shows equivocal enzyme immunoassay results and negative immunoblots. How do you interpret results?
A 46-year-old woman presented with well-demarcated erythematous scaly plaques, with central clearing, on her chest, back, flanks, and groin. She reported that the eruption worsens with warmer weather but reported no other pain or rash. What would you do next?
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