Polymorphic Light Eruption: What's New in Pathogenesis and Management

@inproceedings{Lembo2018PolymorphicLE,
  title={Polymorphic Light Eruption: What's New in Pathogenesis and Management},
  author={Serena Lembo and Annunziata Raimondo},
  booktitle={Front. Med.},
  year={2018}
}
Polymorphic light eruption is the commonest photosensitive disorder, characterized by an intermittent eruption of non-scarring erythematous papules, vesicles or plaques that develop within hours of ultraviolet radiation exposure of patient skin. Together with the lesions, a terrible itch starts and increases with the spreading of the disease, sometimes aggravated by a sort of burning sensation. Clinical picture and symptoms can improve during the rest of the summer with further solar exposures… CONTINUE READING
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