Atypical photosensitivity associated with triflusal.

  title={Atypical photosensitivity associated with triflusal.},
  author={Lorena Mart{\'i}nez Lebor{\'a}ns and L S{\'a}nchez and Violeta Zaragoza Ninet and Amparo Pérez Ferriols},
  journal={Contact Dermatitis},
An 87-year-old man was referred to our photobiology unit in August 2015 for the diagnosis and treatment of eczematous lesions involving the sun-exposed areas (face, dorsal aspects of hands, and feet) that he had suffered from for >5 years. He had suffered from hypertension, and had experienced a cerebrovascular accident 10 years previously. Since then, triflusal (300 mg twice daily) has been prescribed (as the only therapy). On examination, facial erythema with non-adhering desquamation, marked… 
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