Clinical Challenge: Erythematous Palmar Lesions
A 41-year-old HIV-positive man presents with complaints of a localized eruption on his bilateral palms. The eruption began one week earlier, and there was no associated pruritus or pain. The man had applied petroleum jelly to the lesions without significant improvement. No history of genital ulceration or any other rashes on the body were reported. On physical examination, erythematous ...