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Beach Bummer: A Recurrent Pruritic Buttocks Eruption Following Travel

      Obtaining a comprehensive history of illness is a fundamental aspect of our medical training. In this regard, eliciting a full social history, including recent travel, is often vital in correct diagnosis. In this case, we highlight the importance of obtaining a detailed travel history.
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