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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.

No MeSH data available.


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Mentions: On examination, she was a dark, young woman of short stature, with a tendency to obesity. She had long coarse hairs on the scalp that reached her hip. Observation of similar papules on her left cubital fossa and anterior aspect of her upper part of the forearm was indeed surprising [Figure 2]. On further questioning, she admitted to the fact that she was washing her in the morning and would lie down under the fan with the head supported on the folded elbow of her left hand. Often, she used go to sleep in this position. The observation of small, dark, mildly pruritic papules on the cubital fossa and upper third of the anterior aspect of her left forearm was worrying and hence she came for advice from a dermatologist.


Mudi-chood: on the forearm.

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

Mudi-Chood lesions on the left forearm
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Related In: Results  -  Collection

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Figure 2: Mudi-Chood lesions on the left forearm
Mentions: On examination, she was a dark, young woman of short stature, with a tendency to obesity. She had long coarse hairs on the scalp that reached her hip. Observation of similar papules on her left cubital fossa and anterior aspect of her upper part of the forearm was indeed surprising [Figure 2]. On further questioning, she admitted to the fact that she was washing her in the morning and would lie down under the fan with the head supported on the folded elbow of her left hand. Often, she used go to sleep in this position. The observation of small, dark, mildly pruritic papules on the cubital fossa and upper third of the anterior aspect of her left forearm was worrying and hence she came for advice from a dermatologist.

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