A 67-year-old man having many medical problems (HT, DM, Heart failure and chronic renal impairment) presented with vesicular rash on erythematous base involving T9 &T10 dermatomes associated with severe pain and burning sensation of five days duration. Some blisters were hemorrhagic and few others had target-like appearance.
A middle-aged lady suffered sudden excrutiating pain on two finger pulps (thumb and index finger) associated with discrete pustules of three days duration. One week later, the lesions have disappeared on treatment of oral acyclvir and topical fusidic acid cream.
Painful, unilateral, vesiculopustular lesions on a background of erythema involving the lower back, buttock, upper thigh and lower abdomen (suprapubic region) of 4-5 days duration. Two to three days before rash onset it has been preceded by severe burning sensation and pain in the affected areas. It is noteworthy to notice the rash respectability to the midline both anteriorly and posteriorly.