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Small plaque PSO has been reported with what

Liposarcoma

2

Actinomycetes found in lesions of

CARP

3

Pseudo atrophoderma colli

Similar to CARP

4

PR reported as the presenting sign of

Myeloid leukemia

5

Erythromycin dose for PR

250 mg QID

25-40 mg/kg/d divided into 4 doses

6

Highest incidence of PRP

First 5 years or btw 50-51

7

PRP associations

Protein losing enteropathy, hypothyroidism, hypoparathyroidism, sacroilitis, autoimmune thyroiditid

8

HIV with PRP associated with

HS, acne congloblata, lichen spinulosus

9

Arsenical keratosis treatment

Keratolytics and low dose acitretin

10

Punctate keratosis of palms

Associated with AD, dupuytrens, pterygium inversum, DH, knuckle pads, PSO

11

Porokeratosis plantaris discreta

4:1 F

12

Acquired PPK

Malignancy of esophagus, lung, breast, bladder, stomach

13

Vohwinkel PPK associations

Congenital Alopecia, AN, bulla on palms/soles, ichthyosiform derm, spastic para, myopathy

14

Olmsted

Ki-67 staining of suprabasal keratinocytes

15

Acrokeratoelastoidosis

Elastorrhexis (rupture of elastic fibers)

16

Familial mal de meleda

ARS gene

17

Mild type of mal de meleda

Nagashima type

18

Striate PPK

Brunauer Fohs Siemens - form of striate PPK with dismissed desmosomes, clumping oh keratin filaments, enlarged KHG

*striate PPK ass with Rubinstein taybi

19

Aquagenic wrinkling of palms

CF
Reported in patients on ASA or rofecoxib
AD inheritance reported due to abn Aquaporin-5

20

Drug induced erythroderma

Allopurinol, sulfa, gold, phenytoin, phenobarbital, INH, carb, cisplatin, dapsone, iodide said, mino, nifedipine, tobramycin

HIV Erythroderma MC due to drugs - ethambutol 30%