Cutaneous arteritis presenting with hyperpigmented macules: macular arteritis.

@article{Fein2003CutaneousAP,
  title={Cutaneous arteritis presenting with hyperpigmented macules: macular arteritis.},
  author={Howard Fein and A. P. Sheth and Diya F Mutasim},
  journal={Journal of the American Academy of Dermatology},
  year={2003},
  volume={49 3},
  pages={519-22}
}
Macular arteritis is a novel form of cutaneous arteritis in which the primary lesion is a hyperpigmented macule. Traditional stigmata of cutaneous vasculitis such as palpable purpura and erythematous nodules are not present. The disease is asymptomatic and appears to follow an indolent course. Systemic involvement has not been observed.