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Psorospermosis follicularis vegetans

Introduction: Psorospermosis follicularis vegetans

Description of Psorospermosis follicularis vegetans

Psorospermosis follicularis vegetans: A slowly progressive autosomal dominant disorder of keratinization characterized by pinkish-to-tan papules that coalesce to form plaques. These lesions become darker over time and commonly fuse, forming papillomatous and warty malodorous growths.
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