Not your garden-variety rash
Adam and Eve would have had rashes in some very unfortunate places if this case report is anything to go by.
A 63-year-old man presented to doctors in Portugal with a four-day history of a painful, non-pruritic, maculopapular, hyperpigmented rash on his arms and legs.
He had been managing the wound and taking antihistamines, but the rash had worsened and become more painful, with burn-like lesions.
On questioning, the patient recalled he had been pruning a fig tree under direct sunlight, and got the sap on his