2007
DOI: 10.1001/archderm.143.3.358
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Clear Cell Papulosis in Hispanic Siblings

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“…1,2 Since the first report by Kuo et al 1 in 1987, only case reports or small case series have been published in the English-language literature. [1][2][3][4][5][6][7][8][9][10] The aim of this study was to further characterize the clinical and histopathologic features and to determine the outcome of CCP.…”
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“…1,2 Since the first report by Kuo et al 1 in 1987, only case reports or small case series have been published in the English-language literature. [1][2][3][4][5][6][7][8][9][10] The aim of this study was to further characterize the clinical and histopathologic features and to determine the outcome of CCP.…”
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“…It has a female predominance. Reports of the siblings with the condition suggest a possible genetic predisposition with an autosomal recessive inheritance given that none of the parents recall having similar skin lesions during their childhood [1, 4, 5]. …”
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“…Toker cells, however, stain negatively for CEA and mucin. More research is needed to investigate the exact cell of origin [5, 8]. …”
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“…Histologically, clear cell papulosis is characterized by the presence of large, benign pagetoid cells in the epidermis resembling the clear cells of the nipple [13]. The clear cells are intraepidermal glandular secretory cells called Toker cells, found in normal nipples, accessory nipples, and along the milk line/anogenital regions in both males and females [14,15].…”
Section: Case 3: Clear Cell Papulosis Mimicking Flat Wartsmentioning
confidence: 99%