A 17-year-old male is seen for a non-pruritic head-to-toe non-blanching rash; spread from chest over 3 days. Reports a recent “cold” with mild fever. No response to prednisone. Denies drug/alcohol use. PMH: non-contributory; allergies: none. Watch examination on video.
Answer: Petechial rash
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