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404 Possible Causes for Follicular Hyperkeratosis

  • Congenital Muscular Dystrophy

    Joint hyperlaxity and skin changes (follicular hyperkeratosis and muscle biopsy scar thinning) were unique to COL6A.[] UCMD patients usually have dry soft skin and follicular hyperkeratosis over the extensor surfaces of the extremities.[] Other characteristic findings include protrusion of the calcanei, follicular hyperkeratosis, and a predisposition to hypertrophie (keloid) scars.19,20 Serum creatine kinase[]

  • Vitamin A Deficiency

    Phrynoderma is a rare form of follicular hyperkeratosis associated with deficiencies in vitamins A or C or essential fatty acids.[] Phrynoderma is a distinctive form of follicular hyperkeratosis associated with nutritional deficiency.[] Malnutrition leads to follicular hyperkeratosis or phrynoderma, manifested by the presence of skin lesions and hyperkeratotic papules.[]

  • Pityriasis Rubra Pilaris

    Pityriasis rubra pilaris (PRP) is a chronic papulosquamous eruption of the skin characterized by follicular hyperkeratosis, salmon pink scaly plaques with islands of unaffected[] All patients promptly showed a decrease in erythema, follicular hyperkeratosis and scaling.[] Cutis . 2012 November;90(5):244-247 Pityriasis rubra pilaris (PRP) is a chronic papulosquamous eruption of the skin characterized by follicular hyperkeratosis, salmon pink[]

  • Acquired Ichthyosis

    Dry, scaly scalp Overgrowth (hyperkeratosis) of the skin on the palms and soles Cracked skin creases, which may crack more during dry weather Keratosis pilaris (follicular[] […] or overgrowth of skin on soles and palms; cracks on skin creases during the dry season; follicular hyperkeratosis (keratosis pilaris) on the neck's side; keratosis pilaris[] Keratosis pilaris (follicular hyperkeratosis) occurs on the side of the cheek and neck, dorsum of the upper arms, buttocks, and thighs.[]

  • Punctate Keratitis

    Carriers have been reported to have dry skin with mild follicular hyperkeratosis and more extensive involvement of the soles.[]

  • X-Linked Keratosis Follicularis Spinulosa Decalvans

    Follicular hyperkeratosis begins during infancy or early childhood, first on the face, affected the eyebrows, cheeks, forehead, and nose.[] It clinically presents with diffuse follicular hyperkeratosis of scalp which progress to atrophy, cicatricial alopecia, and photophobia.[] KFSD is thought to be caused by mutations in the SAT1 gene and inherited in an X-linked manner. 0001041 Follicular hyperkeratosis 0007502 Folliculitis 0025084 Keratitis Corneal[]

  • Waardenburg Syndrome Type 2

    It was also noted that there was generalized follicular hyperkeratosis, which could be a co-incidental finding.[]

  • Tinea Favosa

    Livid to bright erythema together with yellow-gray scales can be present especially around the follicles as well as follicular hyperkeratosis, erosions, and hemorrhagic crusts[] The hallmark of folliculitis decalvans is the development of scarred areas and follicular pustules.[]

  • Tretinoin

    It is a keratolytic agent that reduces follicular hyperkeratosis by stimulating the turnover of epithelial cells.[] Therefore many complete or incomplete keratosis, hyperkeratosis of diseases have a certain therapeutic effect, treat a variety of skin diseases.[] Tretinoin is mainly used in the treatment of psoriasis, ichthyosis, follicular keratosis, acne, lichen planus, verrucous epidermal nevus, impetigo, vitiligo, lichen psoriasis[]

  • Vitamin Deficiency

    Follicular hyperkeratosis.[] hyperkeratosis. 19 Xeroses resulting from vitamin A deficiency are characterized by fine wrinkles and scales. 19 Follicular hyperkeratosis is characterized by red-brown follicular[] Follicular hyperkeratosis is a skin condition characterized by excessive development of keratin in hair follicles, resulting in red-brown follicular papules with a central[]

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