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Lutz-Lewandowsky

Lutz-Lewandowsky: Introduction

Lutz-Lewandowsky: A very rare skin disease where scaly macules (flat pigmented skin lesion) and skin bumps develop on the skin, especially on the back of the hands. More detailed information about the symptoms, causes, and treatments of Lutz-Lewandowsky is available below.

Symptoms of Lutz-Lewandowsky

  • Flat verrucous warts
  • Skin bumps on back of hand
  • Flattened warty skin lesions
  • Skin bumps
  • Increased susceptibility to human papillomaviruses of the skin
  • more symptoms...»

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  3. Causes
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  6. Complications
 

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