A 68-year-old man presents to the office for pruritic lesions on his trunk. He recently was initiated on a medication for metastatic melanoma. Which of the following is the most appropriate medication for the management of this patient?
C. Oral terbinafine
D. Topical corticosteroid
E. Topical ketoconazole
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