Dermatology clinical case
Keywords:diagnosis, pityriasis lichenoides, treatment
Here in is reported the case of a child observed due to disseminated papulosquamous eruption, subsequently diagnosed as pityriasis lichenoides et varioliformis acuta. It is an uncommon dermatosis of unclear etiology, presenting as recurrent crops of scattered erythematous and violaceous maculopapules. Several therapeutic options have been proposed. Although clinical course is typically benign, continued monitoring is recommended.
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