1947
DOI: 10.1001/archderm.1947.01520120054004
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Acrodermatitis Pustulosa Perstans (So-Called Pustular Psoriasis)

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“…It was later demonstrated that most patients had no infection or psoriasis elsewhere and hence the new name ''acrodermatitis pustulosa perstans'' or pustular psoriasis of the extremities arose. 34 Eventually, ''palmoplantar pustulosis'' emerged as the most appropriate term and has been used consistently since. 35 There is evidence to suggest that PPP may be a distant genetic variant of psoriasis.…”
Section: Palmoplantar Psoriasis Phenotypementioning
confidence: 99%
“…It was later demonstrated that most patients had no infection or psoriasis elsewhere and hence the new name ''acrodermatitis pustulosa perstans'' or pustular psoriasis of the extremities arose. 34 Eventually, ''palmoplantar pustulosis'' emerged as the most appropriate term and has been used consistently since. 35 There is evidence to suggest that PPP may be a distant genetic variant of psoriasis.…”
Section: Palmoplantar Psoriasis Phenotypementioning
confidence: 99%
“…reversed malc/female ratio, considerably higher age of onset and as a rule they have no seasonal variations typical of psoriasis. Histopatho logically, the spongiform pustules of pustular psoriasis are not seen in PPP (11,14,15). None of the patients with PPP in this study had de velopecl psoriasis within 5 years of thcir first consultation, but the time of observation is com paratively short.…”
Section: B Laboratoy Testsmentioning
confidence: 66%