Table 1

Dermatoses Associated with Anetoderma

Syphilis [3]

Sarcoidosis [17]

Granuloma annulare [25]

Tuberculosis [3]

Acne vulgaris [17]

Hepatitis B virus immunization [26]

Xanthomas [3]

Leprosy [17]

Primary Sjogren's syndrome [27]

Nodular amyloidosis [3]

Lupus erythematosus [17, 21]

Lichen planus [28]

Melanocytic naevi [4]

Pilomatricoma [18, 19]

Insect bites [28]

Low serum level of α-1-antitrypsin [6]

Prurigo nodularis [20]

Lupus profundus [30, 31]

Antiphospholipid syndrome [6, 11, 1nd 24]

Cutaneous plasmacytoma [21]

Discoid lupus (with herediyary C2 defficiency) [32]

Recurrent deep vein thrombosis [7]

Benign cutaneous lymphoid hyperplasia [21]

Pityriasis versicolor [33]

History of Graves' disease [7]

Urticaria pigmentosa [22, 23]

Dermatofibroma [34]

Familial type [8]

Perifolliculitis [23]

Penicillamine-induced [34, 40]

Prematurity [10]

Varicella [24]

HIV-infection [42]


Aghaei et al. BMC Dermatology 2004 4:9   doi:10.1186/1471-5945-4-9

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