History of Present Illness:
A 22-year-old woman presents to urgent care for evaluation of a rash around both eyes. The patient notes that the rash is accompanied by slight tearing of the eyes and runny nose. She states that the rash is itchy but denies any related pain, fever, change in vision, or eye discharge. When questioned, she notes that she has not changed skincare products or detergents, eaten any new foods, or taken any new medications.
Vital Signs and Physical Examination:
The patient’s vital signs are normal. Physical examination reveals a rash around both eyes. The patient has no joint pain, muscle pain, or evidence of a rash elsewhere on the body.
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