Tuesday, November 21, 2017

Keratosis piliaris atrophicans.. Gout lesions with small pimples on the face extending to the cheeks and peritoneally

Keratosis piliaris atrophicans:
Is a keratological disorder that appears at birth or early infancy.
Clinical manifestations:
Skin lesions usually begin on the face, especially on the eyebrows, in the form of erythema lesions with small parenchyma that extend to the cheeks and peritoneally. The hair follicles are dilated leaving behind areas of alopecia in the eyebrows.
Topical Steroids.
- Conditional carcinogenic factors, use light concentrations of 2% salicylic acid in 20% topical urea.
Emollient Creams.