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Cutis. 2018 April;101(4):278-280

An otherwise healthy 29-year-old G2P1 woman at 32 weeks’ gestation presented to our emergency department with a 1-week history of a pruritic, burning rash that started on the thighs then spread diffusely. On physical examination, edematous pink plaques studded with 1- to 2-mm collarettes of scaling and sparse 1-mm pustules involving the arms, chest, abdomen, back, groin, buttocks, and legs were noted. The plaques on the back and inner thighs had a peripheral rim of desquamative scaling. There were pink macules on the palms, and superficial desquamation was noted on the lips. The oral mucosa was otherwise spared.

Which of the following is the most likely diagnosis?

acute generalized exanthematous pustulosis

disseminated herpes simplex

eczema

pustular psoriasis of pregnancy

toxic epidermal necrolysis

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