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Unilateral and pruritic papules: segmental Darier-White disease


Darier-White disease is an uncommon disorder, which presents in a localized pattern in about 10% of patients, usually without nail, mucosa, or acral involvement. Type-1 is the most common of the segmental Darier-White disease types: papules have unilateral distribution along Blaschko lines. A 36-year-old woman diagnosed with type-1 segmental Darier-White disease is reported herein.

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