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Stain side-effect of drug treatment for guttate psoriasis. Guttate psoriasis (from gutta = spot or drop) is a condition where the skin is widely covered in small lesions, rather than the large isolated lesions in classic forms. It often follows a streptococcal sore throat or vaccination and is most common in children. The brown stain is a side effect of the drug dithranol which is employed as an ointment in some cases.
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