Lace-Like Rash

A lacy network pattern most typically seen on the volar surface of the forearms in children with fifth disease erythema infectiosum caused by parvovirus B19
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This lasts 1-3 days and is followed by a lace-like rash that gradually spreads from the upper chest and neck, upper arms and shoulders, and upper legs to the more distal parts of these anatomical areas.