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This photograph reveals skin lesions in the form of a blush, located on the chest of a woman, which manifested as a result of scarlet fever. The rash first appears as tiny red bumps on the chest and abdomen, then spreads all over the body. It resembles a sunburn, and feels like a rough piece of sandpaper. It is usually redder in the axillary and groin areas, as it was in in this case.
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Creation Date:1962
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