1975
DOI: 10.1001/archderm.111.5.615
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Erythema gyratum atrophicans transiens neonatale

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“…The deep type presents as recurrent, red, annular lesions with firm, cordlike borders. Lesions are Erythema annulare centrifugum 7,8 Familial annular erythema 9 Erythema chronicum migrans with Lyme disease 10 Eosinophilic cellulitis 3 Erythema gyratum atrophicans transiens neonatale 11,12 Neonatal lupus erythematosus 13,14 Urticaria 4 Neonatal syphilis 4 Erythema multiforme 15 Erythema gyratum repens 5 Figure 5 The eruption on the trunk at 5 years old exhibits an erythema gyratum repens type of pattern, which has occurred on several occasions. non-pruritic and devoid of vesicles or scales.…”
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“…The deep type presents as recurrent, red, annular lesions with firm, cordlike borders. Lesions are Erythema annulare centrifugum 7,8 Familial annular erythema 9 Erythema chronicum migrans with Lyme disease 10 Eosinophilic cellulitis 3 Erythema gyratum atrophicans transiens neonatale 11,12 Neonatal lupus erythematosus 13,14 Urticaria 4 Neonatal syphilis 4 Erythema multiforme 15 Erythema gyratum repens 5 Figure 5 The eruption on the trunk at 5 years old exhibits an erythema gyratum repens type of pattern, which has occurred on several occasions. non-pruritic and devoid of vesicles or scales.…”
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“…The eruption can follow a relapsing and chronic course of 2 years or longer, with individual lesions persisting for days or months. 2,11 Histologically, there is a peripheral perivascular lymphohistiocytic infiltrate with spongiosis and mounds of parakeratosis on the borders of lesions. 12 Eosinophils are not usually prominent in the infiltrate.…”
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“…23 Erythema gyratum atrophicans was excluded as no signs of atrophy were observed. 24 Cases of annular erythema of infancy lasting over the 1st year of life are rare 25 and in none of them such a long course is reported. [26][27][28][29][30] The diagnosis of EAC with neonatal onset was therefore made.…”
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confidence: 99%