2020
DOI: 10.1111/dth.14442
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Abstract: Acquired symmetrical acrokeratoderma (SAK) is a rare dermatosis more frequently reported in East Asians. It is characterized by brownish, hyperkeratotic plaques on the wrists, dorsal hands, fingers and feet, sparing palmoplantar area. 1 Lesions become whitish after water immersion or sweating, and improve partially in winter. Although it is generally asymptomatic, cosmetic concern may bother the patients. Current treatment choices, including topical tretinoin, glucocorticoid, keratolytic or systemic acitretin,…

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