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A 32 year-old man with a history of HIV infection visits his physician for evaluation of a rash. He has erythema with scale at his hair line and nasolabial folds. He also has erythema with scale on both axillae and chest. He used local hydrocortisone cream without any improvement.

What is the most likely diagnosis?

A- Atopic dermatitis

B- Contact allergic dermatitis

C- Seborrhoeic dermatitis

D- Acne vulgaris

E- Rosacea

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