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A 63-year-old man with hypertension was prescribed amlodipine for blood pressure Three days after initiating treatment, he developed an extremely pruritic rash on his back. Two steroid injections were administered at an urgent care clinic 1 day apart, and the patient was started on methylprednisolone. He experienced little improvement of his symptoms and was referred by his primary care physician for further allergy evaluation, where he presented to our clinic. The patient had been living bydoi:10.25270/con.2022.02.00002 fatcat:lsmxxwz2fzdbbij5scjutqeaxi