This case report describes a pregnant woman who developed tinea manus from Trichophyton erinacei infection transmitted to her from her pet hedgehogs.
A 19-day-old Japanese male infant presented with a 12-day history of low-grade fevers and erythematous plaques with central atrophy and raised margins on the forehead and periorbital areas. Laboratory testing showed mild anemia and an elevated C-reactive protein level. What would you do next?
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