Patient Comments: Pityriasis Rosea - Symptoms
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Pityriasis rosea symptoms and signs begin with a scaly red oval patch of skin on the torso known as a herald patch. Mild itching may accompany the rash. The initial eruption is followed by many smaller spots. Pityriasis rosea typically lasts three months. Read the entire Doctor's View
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