An Asian family brings their 2 year old boy into the emergency department complaining of irritability and a week long fever. They say he doesn't like to play outside anymore. On exam, you note a conjunctivitis in both eyes without exudate. His lips are chapped and erythematous. There are no ulcers or vesicles. You notice a rash on his perineum, trunk, and extremities.
Challenge: This child is at risk for serious complications. What imaging modality do you need to send him for?
1. What's seen on the image?
2. This is a classic presentation of what disease?
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