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Erythema Palmare Hereditarium ('Red Palms', 'Lane's Disease').

Langenauer J - Case Rep Dermatol (2014)

Bottom Line: Erythema palmare hereditarium is a very rare, benign alteration of the skin which can be found mostly on the palms and soles.The anomaly is characterized by a distinctive, extensive, sharply demarcated redness.This report presents a patient with erythema palmare hereditarium.

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Affiliation: Department of Dermatology, University Hospital Basel, Basel, Switzerland.

ABSTRACT
Erythema palmare hereditarium is a very rare, benign alteration of the skin which can be found mostly on the palms and soles. The anomaly is characterized by a distinctive, extensive, sharply demarcated redness. This report presents a patient with erythema palmare hereditarium.

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Erythema at both hypothenars, own photograph.
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Figure 1: Erythema at both hypothenars, own photograph.

Mentions: A 49-year-old otherwise healthy woman presented to the dermatological polyclinic of the University Hospital of Basel during September 2013 for preventive melanoma check-up, due to multiple incidences of melanoma in second-degree relatives. During dermatological consultation scarring fibrosis on the left upper lip, a xeroderma on both lower legs, hypomelanosis guttata on all of her extremities and a sharply demarcated erythema with telangiectasia on both hypothenar areas of the palms were detected (fig. 1: erythema at both hypothenars, own photograph; fig. 2: close-up view with clearly visible telangiectasia, own photograph).


Erythema Palmare Hereditarium ('Red Palms', 'Lane's Disease').

Langenauer J - Case Rep Dermatol (2014)

Erythema at both hypothenars, own photograph.
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Figure 1: Erythema at both hypothenars, own photograph.
Mentions: A 49-year-old otherwise healthy woman presented to the dermatological polyclinic of the University Hospital of Basel during September 2013 for preventive melanoma check-up, due to multiple incidences of melanoma in second-degree relatives. During dermatological consultation scarring fibrosis on the left upper lip, a xeroderma on both lower legs, hypomelanosis guttata on all of her extremities and a sharply demarcated erythema with telangiectasia on both hypothenar areas of the palms were detected (fig. 1: erythema at both hypothenars, own photograph; fig. 2: close-up view with clearly visible telangiectasia, own photograph).

Bottom Line: Erythema palmare hereditarium is a very rare, benign alteration of the skin which can be found mostly on the palms and soles.The anomaly is characterized by a distinctive, extensive, sharply demarcated redness.This report presents a patient with erythema palmare hereditarium.

View Article: PubMed Central - PubMed

Affiliation: Department of Dermatology, University Hospital Basel, Basel, Switzerland.

ABSTRACT
Erythema palmare hereditarium is a very rare, benign alteration of the skin which can be found mostly on the palms and soles. The anomaly is characterized by a distinctive, extensive, sharply demarcated redness. This report presents a patient with erythema palmare hereditarium.

No MeSH data available.


Related in: MedlinePlus