OF CASES WHORLED NEVOID HYPERMELANOSIS 1 PAEDERUS DERMATITIS 2 LINEAR LICHEN PLANUS 5 LICHEN STRIATUS 17 LICHEN NITIDUS 2 INFLAMMATORY LINEAR VERRUCOUS EPIDERMAL NEVUS
2 HYPOMELANOSIS OF ITO 1 Note: Table made from bar graph.
Burada daha once epidermal nevus
tanisi alan terra firma-form dermatozlu bir cocuk olgu sunulmaktadir.
Inflammatory linear verrucose epidermal nevus
coexisting with lichen amyloidosus.
look into epidermal nevus
syndrome (ENS) (a rare disorder characterized by distinctive, colored birthmarks on the skin; neurological and skeletal abnormalities may also occur).
The distribution and symmetry of the lines allow the differential diagnosis with entities such as hypomelanosis of Ito, incontinentia pigmenti, linear epidermal nevus
and lichen striatus.
On histopathological examination of 85 cases, 11 were classical Lichen planus and 09 were its morphological variants (Figure 2); 5 cases of Psoriasis, 5 cases of Prurigo nodularis, 4 cases of Morphea (Figure 3), 4 cases of Lichen simplex chronicus, 3 cases of Lichen striatus, 3 cases of Verruca plana, 3 cases of Becker nevus, 2 cases of Pemphigus foliaceus, 2 cases of Linear epidermal nevus
(Figure 4), 2 cases of Macular amyloidosis, 2 cases of Lentigo simplex, 2 cases of LSEA and one case each of other lesions as shown in Table 1.
It was later described by various names by other authors like nevus verrucous, systematized epidermal nevus
and epidermolytic hyperkeratosis.
Copeman PW, Jones EW: Pigmented hairy epidermal nevus
Genetic and clinical mosaicism in a type of epidermal nevus
These include tuberous sclerosis, epidermal nevus
syndrome, and McCune-Albright syndrome, which is characterized by precocious puberty and polycystic fibrous dysplasia.
Linear epidermal nevus
is a disease characterized by pruritic, erythematous scaly lesions following Blaschko lines that occurs in the first months of life and is slowly progressive.
Another common skin manifestation in PS is the linear verrucous epidermal nevus
Abstract Verrucous epidermal nevus
is a common type of keratinocyte hamartoma present at birth or occurring later in life.
The clinical Differential diagnosis like Proteus syndrome, Klippel-Trenaunay syndrome, Epidermal nevus
syndrome and other vascular malformations were considered and the relevant investigations were carried out.
This overlaps with the histologic picture of epidermal nevus
and can be differentiated from it by the presence of malformations of the dermis most prominently hyperplasia and malpositioning of the sebaceous glands.