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Mudi-chood: on the forearm.

Sugathan P, Martin AM - Indian J Dermatol (2011)

Bottom Line: Mudi-Chood is a strange dermatosis affecting the nape of the neck and upper back of young women in Kerala State of south India.It was first described by us in 1972.Here we report one more such case recently seen by us.

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Affiliation: Division of Dermatology, Baby Memorial Hospital, Indira Gandhi Road, Calicut - 673 004, India.

ABSTRACT
Mudi-Chood is a strange dermatosis affecting the nape of the neck and upper back of young women in Kerala State of south India. It was first described by us in 1972. Here we report one more such case recently seen by us.

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Typical Mudi-Chood lesions on the back
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Mentions: Ms. MT was a 32-year-old staff nurse working in a hospital in the Middle East for the past 2 years. She was on “night shift” frequently and hence used to wash her hair daily in the mornings. She had discreet dark papular lesions on the nape of the neck and upper back for nearly 2 years, but did nothing about it. Of late, she noticed similar papular lesions on the left cubital fossa and upper part of the left forearm. For this complaint, she consulted Prof. K. Pavithran, a former Professor of Dermatology and Venereology of the Calicut Medical College, who recognized the illness and graciously referred her to me [Figure 1].


Mudi-chood: on the forearm.

Sugathan P, Martin AM - Indian J Dermatol (2011)

Typical Mudi-Chood lesions on the back
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Figure 1: Typical Mudi-Chood lesions on the back
Mentions: Ms. MT was a 32-year-old staff nurse working in a hospital in the Middle East for the past 2 years. She was on “night shift” frequently and hence used to wash her hair daily in the mornings. She had discreet dark papular lesions on the nape of the neck and upper back for nearly 2 years, but did nothing about it. Of late, she noticed similar papular lesions on the left cubital fossa and upper part of the left forearm. For this complaint, she consulted Prof. K. Pavithran, a former Professor of Dermatology and Venereology of the Calicut Medical College, who recognized the illness and graciously referred her to me [Figure 1].

Bottom Line: Mudi-Chood is a strange dermatosis affecting the nape of the neck and upper back of young women in Kerala State of south India.It was first described by us in 1972.Here we report one more such case recently seen by us.

View Article: PubMed Central - PubMed

Affiliation: Division of Dermatology, Baby Memorial Hospital, Indira Gandhi Road, Calicut - 673 004, India.

ABSTRACT
Mudi-Chood is a strange dermatosis affecting the nape of the neck and upper back of young women in Kerala State of south India. It was first described by us in 1972. Here we report one more such case recently seen by us.

No MeSH data available.


Related in: MedlinePlus