[A case of erythrokeratodermia figurata variabilis successfully treated with tigason]

M Magyarlaki, I Drobnitsch, E Zombai, I Schneider
Zeitschrift Für Hautkrankheiten 1989 October 15, 64 (10): 881-2, 885-7
We report on a young man having suffered from infiltrated, scaly, hyperkeratotic, erythematous skin eruptions since his birth, varying in its course. Histologic examination revealed erythrokeratodermia. Therapy with Etretinate led to rapid regression; on keeping the maintenance dose for a year, we did not observe any recurrences. Light and electron microscopical investigations were carried out both before and 7 weeks after treatment.

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