A singular dermatosis of Mongols.

Abstract

A long-term, erythematous, follicular papular dermatosis affecting the presternal and interscapular skin was found to occur in subjects with Down's syndrome. One hundred seventy-four subjects (110 male and 64 female) were surveyed. The condition was seen in 46% of the males, with the highest incidence in patients who were between 20 and 40 years of age; the… (More)

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