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A 19-year-old patient presents to her gynecologist complaining of a painful genital rash (see image). The patient states that approximately 1 week ago she had unprotected sexual intercourse with a new partner. She denies any vaginal pruritus or discharge, abdominal pain, fevers, dysuria, or vaginal bleeding.
In addition to local care for the lesions, what is the most appropriate treatment for this condition?
D. Topical trichloroacetic acid
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