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191 Possible Causes for Nonspecific Basket-Weave Orthokeratosis, Orthokeratosis

  • Exfoliative Ichthyosis

    Histologic examination revealed orthokeratosis, a thickened granular cell layer, and spongiosis without epidermolytic hyperkeratosis.[] EXFOLIATIVE, AUTOSOMAL RECESSIVE; AREI Classification skin Phenotypes Autosomal recessive inheritance ; Epidermal acanthosis ; Ichthyosis ; Lichenification ; Nail dystrophy ; Orthokeratosis[] Compact orthokeratosis may also be present. Noninflammatory/Type A PSS: Routine laboratory tests including serum IgE and a complete blood count are normal in type A PSS.[]

  • Pityriasis Rubra Pilaris

    Microscopically follicular plugging, in addition to checkerboard alternating orthokeratosis/parakeratosis, may serve as clues to PRP diagnosis.[] Histologically, PRP is characterized by psoriasiform acanthosis with alternating orthokeratosis and parakeratosis and rarely small acantholytic foci.[] The skin biopsy showed acanthosis, alternating orthokeratosis, parakeratosis, and follicular plugging suggestive of pityriasis rubra pilaris.[]

    Missing: Nonspecific Basket-Weave Orthokeratosis
  • Actinic Keratosis

    Histologically, the rosette sign may correspond to changes of orthokeratosis and parakeratosis (flag sign) ( Figure 5 [case shown in Figure 3 ]).[] […] atrophic types are the most common variants. 4 Characteristic histological features of hypertrophic actinic keratosis include hyperkeratotic stratum corneum, pronounced orthokeratosis[] A "flag sign" is often described, referring to alternating areas of orthokeratosis and parakeratosis.[]

    Missing: Nonspecific Basket-Weave Orthokeratosis
  • Palmoplantar Keratosis

    Histology of the representative plantar lesion in the child showed orthokeratosis and parakeratosis but absence of cornoid lamellae or elastorrhexis, confirming the diagnosis[] The second biopsy specimen from the thenar region revealed orthokeratosis without significant epidermal changes or altered acrosyringium [Figure 2] b.[] —There is epidermal hyperplasia with hypergranulosis, a thin layer of parakeratosis, and overlying orthokeratosis.[]

    Missing: Nonspecific Basket-Weave Orthokeratosis
  • Ichthyosis Vulgaris

    (b) Skin biopsy showing orthokeratosis, diminished granular layer with mild perivascular lymphocytic infiltrate in superficial dermis Click here to view The child was effectively[]

    Missing: Nonspecific Basket-Weave Orthokeratosis
  • Actinic Lichen Planus

    In the epidermis, there is wedge-shaped hypergranulosis, compact orthokeratosis, and apoptotic keratinocytes along the basal layer.[] Histologic examination demonstrated an atrophic epidermis with mild hyperkeratosis and orthokeratosis (Figure 3).[]

    Missing: Nonspecific Basket-Weave Orthokeratosis
  • Paget's Disease of the Breast

    Orthokeratosis and parakeratosis may be present.[]

    Missing: Nonspecific Basket-Weave Orthokeratosis
  • Psoriasis

    Early lesions exhibit more inflammation and less acanthosis, and very early lesions can show normal basket-weave orthokeratosis overlying parakeratotic changes.[]

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  • Pityriasis Circinata

    There is epidermis with orthokeratosis and a suggestion of a slightly diminished granular layer in the epidermis. A PAS stain was negative for fungus.[]

    Missing: Nonspecific Basket-Weave Orthokeratosis
  • Vasculitis

    Orthokeratosis Orthokeratosis is the normal ‘basket weave’ appearance of the stratum corneum seen in normal skin.[] Orthokeratosis ‘Basket weave’ appearance of the stratum corneum, as in normal skin. There are no nuclei within the stratum corneum cells.[] In acral skin (palms or soles), the stratum corneum exhibits thickening and compaction (“compact orthokeratosis ”).[]

    Missing: Nonspecific Basket-Weave Orthokeratosis

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