A 37 y/o male presented with a skin rash affecting his abdomen, flank, and upper thigh that has been present for 5 years. The eruption itches on occasion but is otherwise asymptomatic. He denies family or personal history of psoriasis and eczema. Prior therapies to treat the rash included triamcinolone, miconazole and oral terbinafine. Examination reveals scattered, well-demarcated patches. What is the diagnose of this condition?

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SUGGESTIVE OF MUCOSIS FUNGOIDS... DD ATOPIC ECZEMA

* MYCOSIS FUNGOIDES .. * AD ..

Tnx Dr Ashok Leel sir
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?? AD / MF

Mycosis Fungoid. Micanazole + Clobetasol+ Neomycin

Mycosis fungoides /Atopic Dermatitis/Eczema

Atopic Dermatitis / Mycosis Fungoides

AD/MF

Thanks Dr. Simmi Ansari
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Mycosis fungoid / *AD

Thanks Dr Partha Sarathi Sahana
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Mycosis Fungoid

Thanx Tripathi
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