Plantar Purpura as the Initial Presentation of Viridians Streptococcal Shock Syndrome Secondary to Streptococcus gordonii Bacteremia
(a) A tattoo-like purpuric rash over the left plantar region was observed. (b) Petechiae on the lower abdomen region. (c) Petechiae on the left knee region with no obvious pitting edema on the left lower limb or knee joint were noted.
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