The main diagnoses to be considered are.
Cellulitis: manifests as diffuse, oedematous, infiltrative erythema with indistinct borders, high local skin temperature and marked central erythema, which may be accompanied by chills and high fever in the acute phase.
Intermittent rubbing rash: It occurs in obese people and infants, mostly in hot and humid weather, in areas prone to friction and moist folds such as the groin, neck, axillae, under the breasts and flexors of joints, etc. It starts as a limited bright red or dark red patch with clear boundaries, and gradually worsens with papules, papules, maceration and vesicles.
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