Haemorrhagic polymorphic light eruption: two cases of a rare variant.

Abstract

Polymorphic light eruption is a common photosensitivity disorder of unknown aetiology, that usually presents in the spring or summer months as an intermittent non-scarring, itchy erythematous, papulo-vesicular eruption. We present two cases of haemorrhagic polymorphic light eruption, a rare variant of this condition of which there are no case reports in the… (More)

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@article{Clayton2006HaemorrhagicPL, title={Haemorrhagic polymorphic light eruption: two cases of a rare variant.}, author={Rima Clayton and Sheru A George}, journal={Photodermatology, photoimmunology & photomedicine}, year={2006}, volume={22 3}, pages={166-7} }