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A 3-year boy with a history of atopic dermatitis is brought to his pediatrician for onset of a new facial rash. His skin exam (Figure A) is notable for erythematous erosions on his cheeks and surrounding his nares, some with an overlying honey-colored crust. What is the optimal first-line treatment for these lesions?
Topical hydrocortisone 0.1%
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