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Post-test: Diaper Rash

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Irritant contact dermatitis often presents as:
(An) erythematous and/or pigmented hyperkeratotic papules and plaques that are exclusively distributed in intertriginous areas
Well-demarcated beefy red plaques with satellite papules and pustules
A bright red, moist, erythematous plaque over the perianal region with associated crusts and pustules
(An) erythematous rash involving the buttocks, genitalia, lower abdomen and thighs and can be accompanied by maceration and erosion