Annular rashes are ring-like lesions and may be a component of multiple pediatric dermatologic complaints. This is part 2 of a review that describes some of the most commonly encountered dermatologic presentations in children. Part 1 was published in the February 2019 issue.1
An estimated 2.5% of children treated with any drug, and up to 12% treated with an antibiotic, will experience a cutaneous adverse drug reaction.2 Although these reactions can occur in a multitude of patterns, fixed drug eruptions (FDE) are one of the most common.
FDEs may present with well-demarcated papules and plaques

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