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14 Possible Causes for Keratoderma of Palms and Soles, Palmar Hyperlinearity, Skin Thickening

  • Ichthyosis

    As older skin cells build up on the skin’s surface, the skin thickens and becomes scaly.[] Patient ID-58 presented brown scales, sparing of antecubital and popliteal areas and normal palms and soles ( a ).[] Palms and soles show accentuated creases and when affecting the palms this sign is referred to as palmar hyperlinearity or as “ichthyosis palms”.[]

  • Acquired Ichthyosis

    Symptoms Symptoms may include any of the following: Dry skin, severe Scaly skin ( scales ) Possible skin thickening Mild itching of the skin The dry, scaly skin is usually[] Thickening of palms and soles 0000982 Papule 0200034 Recurrent skin infections Skin infections Skin infections, recurrent [ more ] 0001581 5%-29% of people have these symptoms[] The phenotypic characteristics of ichthyosis vulgaris include palmar hyperlinearity, keratosis pilaris, and dry, scaly skin.[]

  • Inherited Ichthyosis

    As older skin cells build up on the skin’s surface, the skin thickens and becomes scaly.[] Involvement of palm and soles : Ranges from minimal hyper-linearity to severe keratoderma.[] […] keratoderma in LK ( LOR ). ( f ) Palmar hyperlinearity in IV ( FLG ). ( g ) Generalized fine scaling phenotype with concomitant severe erythema in NS ( SPINK5 ). ( h ) Onychoschisis[]

  • Pityriasis Circinata

    Toyama A skin disease marked by the appearance of localized and circumscribed patches of thickened skin with lichenification, becoming scaly, without inflammatory changes,[] […] of palms and soles. pit·y·ri·a·sis ro·'se·a Avoid the mispronunciation rose'a.[] hyperlinearity; there was no significant association with intrinsic atopic dermatitis.[]

  • Follicular Mucinosis

    (Definition/Background Information) Alopecia mucinosa is a rare inflammatory condition of hair-bearing skin, resulting in a thickening of skin that is accompanied by hair[] Spiny keratoderma of the palms and soles-report of two cases. Eur J Dermatol 2000;10:542-5. What is new? 1.[] hyperlinearity without FLG mutations.[]

  • Congenital Ankyloblepharon

    ., extension of lesions onto the dorsal aspect of the foot) of blisters, erosions, and subsequent skin thickening is possible and may be secondary to trauma, edema, or secondary[] Dry, scaly patches of skin may form on the palms and soles (palmar-plantar hyperkeratosis) as well as tiny, hardened bumps (punctate keratoderma).[] (Courtesy of the National Foundation for Ectodermal Dysplasias) Cleft lip and/or palate Dry skin Erosions of the skin are very rare Thickening of the palmar and plantar skin[]

  • Rapp-Hodgkin Syndrome

    .  AR inheritance  Cysts at eyelid margins  Palmo plantar keratoderma  Hypotrichosis  Hypodontia  Benign & Malignant tumors of Palms & Soles 81.  Berlin syndrome :[] Increased numbers and depth of skin lines on the palms may also occur (hyperlinearity). Hyperkeratosis may also affect the knees and elbows.[] Hyperkeratosis, or thickened skin, occurs on the palms and soles of the feet in hidrotic ectodermal dysplasia.[]

  • Atrophodermia Vermiculata

    The thickening of the skin is accompanied by the loss of eyebrows, eyelashes, and hair on the face and head.[] Inherited keratodermas of palms and soles. In: Wolff K, Goldsmith LA, Katz SI, Gilchrest BA, Paller AS, Leffell DJ, editors.[] […] of skin in folds and accentuation of creases on the face and scalp, clubbing of fingers and periostosis of long bones Thickening of the ears and lips, enlargement of the[]

  • Autosomal Recessive Congenital Ichthyosis Type 4

    SYMPTOMS •Skin: Severely thickened skin with large, shiny plates of hyperkeratotic scale is present at birth. Deep, erythematous fissures separate the scales.[] Thickening of palms and soles 0000982 Showing of 8 Last updated: 5/1/2019 Making a diagnosis for a genetic or rare disease can often be challenging.[] When examined at 2–37 years of age, all patients exhibited skin xerosis, fine or focal scaling (Fig. 1c), palmar hyperlinearity or keratoderma, and frequent occurrence of[]

  • Congenital Non-Bullous Ichthyosiform Erythroderma ARCI2

    Other signs and symptoms include redness of the skin (erythroderma); fine, white scales on the skin; and thickening of the skin on the palms and soles of feet (palmoplantar[] hyperlinearity were observed.[] Palms, soles and areas on the joints are often affected with hyperkeratosis, a thickening of the layer of dead skin cells on the surface of the skin.[]

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