HYPERKERATOSIS LENTICULARIS PERSTANS PDF

PUVA, psoralen with ultraviolet A. Optimal Therapeutic Approach for this Disease The lesions of hyperkeratosis lenticularis perstans are usually asymptomatic but cosmetically frustrating. Reports have noted that older lesions are more resistant to treatment than more recent lesions. Topical treatments are a reasonable first approach. Potent topical steroids class I with or without occlusion can be used in a pulsed 4 x daily a week regimen to minimize side effects of atrophy, and can be considered first-line. Topical retinoids at the highest strength tolerable have been used.

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Hyperkeratosis lenticularis perstans

The disorder was first described by Flegel summary by Bean, Another member of the family was reported by Bean All 4 affected members in 3 generations had onset between the fourth and seventh decade of scattered reddish-brown discrete papules primarily affecting the extremities but also involving the thighs and trunk. Beveridge and Langlands described 2 generations of a kindred manifesting HLP.

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Hyperkeratosis Lenticularis Perstans: Case Report of a Rare Entity

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Flegel disease pathology

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