Flegel's disease treated with psoralen ultraviolet A

S M Cooper, S George
British Journal of Dermatology 2000, 142 (2): 340-2
Flegel's disease is an uncommon condition which causes asymptomatic keratotic papules on the limbs. It usually develops in the fourth or fifth decade. Therapeutic options are limited to emollients, topical 5-fluorouracil and retinoids, but none of these treatments is consistently helpful. We report a patient with Flegel's disease who responded to psoralen ultraviolet A treatment.

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