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(Case and image courtesy of Shannon Etheridge Whitten, MS, NP-C)
. Nonpruritic nonsuppurative painful erythematous nodules on the lower extremities of a 5–year-old boy.
. The rash appeared about 1 week after the onset of a dry hacking cough.
. The child had a low-grade fever and joint pain, as well as effusions in his right knee and elbow.
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