What has triggered this persistent eruption?

A persistent submammary rash A 70-year-old woman presents with a submammary rash that has been present for a number of weeks. What has triggered this persistent eruption? Case presentation A 70-year-old girl presents with a persistent, uncomfortable and slightly eroded submammary rash that has been present for a number of weeks . She complains of a burning feeling in the rash. The rash offers been treated with a potent topical corticosteroid, without improvement. A epidermis culture and scraping have not shown evidence of a fungal infection. She is afebrile, and blood tests show a normal white cell count.Radioiodine use is raising in the United States, with concern over who should receive it, particularly among individuals with low-risk tumors.40 Therefore, reducing the radiation exposure is a significant step forward. The question about whether radioiodine ablation can be safely avoided in low-risk patients is currently being tackled in a randomized trial in the United Kingdom .41.. Corinne S. Merle, M.D., Katherine Fielding, Ph.D., Omou Bah Sow, M.D., Martin Gninafon, M.D., Mame B. Lo, M.D., Thuli Mthiyane, M.Sc., Joseph Odhiambo, M.D., Evans Amukoye, M.D., Boubacar Bah, M.D., Ferdinand Kassa, M.D., Alimatou N’Diaye, M.D., Roxana Rustomjee, M.D., Bouke C. De Jong, M.D., Ph.D., John Horton, M.D., Christian Perronne, M.D., Charalambos Sismanidis, Ph.D., Olivier Lapujade, B.Sc., Piero L.