Target Lesions Allergy

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Symptoms
  • Skin lesion of the initial (primary) infection
    • Erythema multiforme (target lesions)
    • Erythema nodosum
    • Papular rash
  • Skin lesion of widespread (disseminated) disease: papule, pustule, nodule, or plaque
    • May form abscesses
    • May ulcerate
    • Most often on the face

Signs and tests

The diagnosis depends on the stage of infection (primary or disseminated). If disseminated disease is suspected, the doctor may do a skin biopsy to look for the fungus in a skin lesion.


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