A 36-year-old woman presents to the dermatology clinic for management of an itchy rash on her right leg. The woman reports that other members of her family have had similar rashes in the past, and she is worried about it spreading to her children. Other than the rash, the patient is in good physical health, and denies smoking, drinking, or taking illicit drugs. She is a stay-at-home parent who frequently roughhouses with her children. On physical examination, the patient has an annular erythematous scaly plaque with central clearing on her right upper thigh, with multiple scrapes and nodules in the surrounding area.
Can you diagnose the condition in Case 2?
A. Nummular eczema
B. Erythema annulare centrifugum
C. Mycosis fungoides
D. Tinea Corporis
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