Familial speckled acral hypopigmentation: a new variant of reticulate acropigmentation?

Abstract

Dermatophyte infection from the inguinal area may extend to the scrotum and uncommonly to the penis, but rarely occurs on the glans or prepuce. In the present case the provisional clinical diagnosis was Candida infection of the prepuce, however a ring-like configuration with central clearing and mild scaling at the border prompted the 10% KOH smear and… (More)

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