Acroangiodermatitis (pseudo-Kaposi's sarcoma, AAD) is a benign vascular dermatosis
that clinically and histopathologically resembles Kaposi's sarcoma (1).
A child or adolescent who has had "athlete's foot" that has not responded to topical antifungals may actually have juvenile plantar dermatosis
or "toxic sock syndrome," he said.
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4) The presentation of slightly verrucous "dirtlike" plaques refractory to cleansing with soap and water alone, should prompt the consideration of terra firma-forme dermatosis
414 consecutive patients with non-tumoral dermatosis
were evaluated, of which 40 patients had psoriasis and red globules were seen in all 40 of them (100%).
The histopathology of NUD is characteristic of a neutrophilic dermatosis
The use of 70% alcohol swabbing to diagnose terra firma-forme dermatosis
, with lesions disappearing with swabbing, is classic and used to differentiate it from CARP.
Erythema elevatum diutinum whose deposition of vascular immuno-complex is responsible for the etiopathogenesis is a type of skin disease classified in the group of chronic neutrophilic dermatosis
Lichen striatus is an uncommon self-limiting linear dermatosis
with unknown aetiology and spontaneous regression.
4%) patients and subcorneal pustular dermatosis
with 1 (1.
Tungiasis: a poorly documented tropical dermatosis
Linear IgA bullous dermatosis
(LABD) is an autoimmune skin disorder in which blisters form as a result of a split between the epidermis and dermis.
Predictor variables and possible confounders included baseline clinical characteristics, such as SAM classification, oedema grade, dermatosis
grade, presence of LRTIs, critical illness on admission, presence of other comorbidities, HIV status, and the WHO HIV/AIDS disease stage.
Linear immunoglobulin A (IgA) bullous dermatosis
(LAD) is a rare cutaneous disease resulting in subepidermal blisters.
Objective: Pigmented purpuric dermatosis
(PPD) is a chronic skin disease characterized by petechial and pigmentary macules.