Match the photographs of the rashes with the correct diagnosis.
Robin P. Gehris, MD
“Drug rash” is a common pediatric complaint in both inpatient and outpatient settings. This term, however, denotes a clinical category and is not a precise diagnosis. Proper identification and classification of drug eruptions in children are important for determining the possibility of—and preventing progression to—internal involvement. Accurate identification is also important so that patients and their parents can be counseled to avoid future problematic drug exposures.