74-year-old male presents with a pruritic rash on his lower extremities, arms and trunk. He was started on a new medication by his cardiologist 2 months prior to the onset of the rash.
CBC: Eosinophilia Skin Biopsy: Findings suggestive of Lichenoid Drug Eruption (LDE)
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