With this eruption, there is not a second to lues.

Abstract

A 28-year-old white man presented to the Emergency Department with a 24-hour history of an eruption on his extremities, trunk, and face. The patient was known to be HIV positive with a CD4 count of 527 and a viral load of 20,300. He denied fever, chills, malaise, and headache. His social history was significant for the fact that he was in a monogamous… (More)

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@article{Burdette2005WithTE, title={With this eruption, there is not a second to lues.}, author={Steven Burdette and Jill S. Waibel and Jack M. Bernstein and Julian J Trevino}, journal={Skinmed}, year={2005}, volume={4 3}, pages={179-82} }