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Year : 2004  |  Volume : 70  |  Issue : 6  |  Page : 364--366

Simultaneous occurrence of disseminated superficial, linear and hypertrophic verrucous forms of porokeratosis in a child


Consultant Dermatologist, Asansol, Kolkata, India

Correspondence Address:
Amiya Kumar Mukhopadhyay
“Pranab”, Ismile (Near Dharmaraj Mandir), Asansol, Dist. Burdwan, West Bengal - 713301
India
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Porokeratosis is a genodermatosis characterized by abnormal epidermal keratinization with the histological feature of cornoid lamella. There are many clinical variants, but two or more of these variants rarely occur in a single patient. This variation in clinical presentation may be due to the different phenotypic expression of a common genetic abnormality or may be the consequence of abnormalities in closely linked genetic loci or genes. Here we report about a child who showed simultaneous occurrence of disseminated, linear and hypertrophic verrucous lesions of porokeratosis. He also had genital lesions, reported uncommonly in the medical literature.






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