A 25-year-old woman presents to the dermatology clinic complaining of an intermittent red rash on her face. She experiences worsening redness when she eats spicy foods or when she is stressed at work. She notices flares during the summer and winter months, although she reports them as occurring more frequently in the summer. The rash burns but does not itch. Upon examination, there are telangiectasias around the nose with few erythematous pustules on the lateral cheeks and central face.
Can you diagnose the condition in Case 2?
A. Chilblain lupus
D. Eosinophilic granuloma
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