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We report a second case of perforating lichen nitidus. This supports the occurrence of the transepidermal elimination phenomenon in lichen nitidus and justifies the addition of lichen nitidus to the family of perforating dermatoses.
Two patients with multiple sebaceous adenomas associated with visceral carcinoma (Torre's syndrome) are described, and reported cases in the literature are summarized. Certain aspects of Torre's syndrome are emphasized: that the presence of multiple sebaceous adenomas is a cutaneous marker for visceral carcinomas, that the associated carcinomas are of… (More)
Although acquired ichthyosis has been associated with a number of systemic illnesses, an association with sarcoidosis has rarely been reported. We report two patients with acquired ichthyosis of the lower extremities whose diagnosis of cutaneous sarcoidosis was established by histologic examination. Systemic involvement in both patients included ocular and… (More)
We report a case of the Peutz-Jeghers syndrome in which the characteristic pigmented macules developed within preexisting psoriatic plaques in sites extremely unusual for the syndrome. To our knowledge, ours is the first report of such a case in the English literature.