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Image Number 1879 (Focal acral hyperkeratosis)


Diagnosis: Focal acral hyperkeratosis

Site: Foot,sole

Sex: M

Age: 13


Description: Fissured marginal keratoderma.

Submitted by: Nameer Al-Sudany

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Differential Diagnosis


Focal acral hyperkeratosis is a type of papular keratoderma, dominantly inherited in familial cases. It is characterized by oval or polygonal crateriform papules along the borders of the hands and feet, which may show central pigmented pits.

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