Julie Joseph, MD


Pellagra I a 45-Year-Old Man

February 24, 2011

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Pellagra in a Man With a History of Alcohol Abuse

January 12, 2011

For 4 months, a 45-year-old man with a history of alcohol abuse had made multiple visits to the emergency department (ED) and a dermatology clinic for evaluation of a diffuse, scaly, and intensely pruritic rash. The rash, which was photosensitive, had started on his upper extremities and spread proximally to the trunk and lower extremities.