Intertriginous erosions

Case #1

A man, aged 25 years, presented with a painful, pruritic, and malodorous rash in bilateral axillae. The rash appeared three months earlier, and a family practitioner originally diagnosed it as allergic contact dermatitis, most likely caused by antiperspirant. The patient had since discontinued the use of antiperspirants and was using a mild-potency topical corticosteroid with only moderate improvement. Erythematous ...