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A patient comes into your office to see you about the intensely pruritic rash. The rash started with intense burning sensations 24 h prior to the eruptions. On examination of the skin, involved areas are mostly the extensor surfaces of the skin. Mucous membranes are spared. There are many areas of excoriation on top of the papulovesicular lesions. You make a diagnosis and initiate treatment with dapsone and advise the patient to refrain from gluten-containing foods. The patient returns to your clinic 2 months later and has improved greatly. Which other condition is this patient likely to have?



A Ankylosing spondylitis

B Atrophic gastritis

C Carpal tunnel syndrome

D Type 1 diabetes mellitus

Ans. B
Atrophic gastritis

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