A 68-year-old woman presented with a 5-day history of extensive pruritic purpuric skin lesions of varying sizes on her trunk and extremities (FIGURE 1A and 1B). In addition, the patient had a few nonblanching, erythematous macules on her extremities.
The patient had no neurological complaints and her family history was negative for a similar condition. We performed a punch biopsy.
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