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Lupus vulgaris is one of the most common forms of cutaneous tuberculosis. It presents a diagnostic challenge due to its paucibacillary nature. This is a report of a case of a delayed diagnosis of lupus vulgaris, presenting as perianal and peristomal plaques, followed by a review of the diagnostic tools for lupus vulgaris and their limitations.
A 47-year-old man underwent liver transplantation for cirrhosis secondary to hepatitis C and alcoholism. This was complicated by primary donor liver dysfunction and acute renal failure requiring dialysis. Gadolinium magnetic resonance cholangiopancreatography was performed 2 weeks post transplant, and a second successful liver transplant was performed 1… (More)
BACKGROUND Multiple minute digitate hyperkeratosis (MMDH) is a rare disorder of keratinization with many different names. OBJECTIVE We present a case of MMDH and review the literature. We propose and discuss the classification the digitate keratoses, which include MMDH, lichen spinulosus, phrynoderma, spiny keratoderma, arsenical keratosis, multiple… (More)