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Lichen amyloidosis

M 45 years presented with these papulosquamous hyperpigmented lesions from 1 year Itching present No systemic findings No dm2 or ht Plz suggest dd workup and tt

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my provisional is eczema with lichen amyloidosis
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In my opinion its case of Linchen Amylodosis. Lichen amyloidosis (LA) is a type of primary localized cutaneous amyloidosis clinically characterized by persistent pruritic, hyperkeratotic papules commonly distributed on the shins and histopathologically characterized by amyloid deposits in the papillary dermis.
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Tinea infection with chronic Eczematous dermatitis Fluconazole 200 alternate day Prednisone 5 bd Atarax25 bd Lobate S daytime Luliconazole hs
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Lesions are papulosquamous for 1yr D/d scabies 2 linchen amyloidosis
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Back lesion - tinea infection ; leg - lichen amayloidosis
2 lesions 1) Lichen amyloidosis 2) Tinea infection
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Hypertrophic LP,LSC are the possibilities.
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my provisional is eczema with lichen amyloidosis