2006
DOI: 10.1001/archderm.142.11.1512
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Long-term Control of Papular Dermatitis (“Dermal Hypersensitivity Reaction”) With Mycophenolate Mofetil

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“…Several diagnostic names, such as papular dermatitis, urticarial papulosis, urticarial dermatitis, and "itchy red bump" disease have been ascribed to the spectrum of prurigo reactions (1)(2)(3)(4)(5)(6), although the cutaneous symptoms associated with these reactions are not necessarily identical, and their morphology and pathoetiology appear to be heterogenous. In general, prurigo, particularly its subacute and chronic forms, is difficult to treat with conventional therapies, including H1 receptor antagonists and topical corticosteroids; thus, recurrence is common.…”
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“…Several diagnostic names, such as papular dermatitis, urticarial papulosis, urticarial dermatitis, and "itchy red bump" disease have been ascribed to the spectrum of prurigo reactions (1)(2)(3)(4)(5)(6), although the cutaneous symptoms associated with these reactions are not necessarily identical, and their morphology and pathoetiology appear to be heterogenous. In general, prurigo, particularly its subacute and chronic forms, is difficult to treat with conventional therapies, including H1 receptor antagonists and topical corticosteroids; thus, recurrence is common.…”
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“…Prurigo lesions are also commonly observed in atopic dermatitis (11)(12)(13). Although certain types of prurigo, such as prurigo nodularis (Hyde), may be just a secondary skin change resulting from severe scratching due to persistent itch (14), prurigo is also considered a subtype of dermal hypersensitivity reactions (3)(4)(5). Prurigo lesions are histopathologically characterized by lymphocyte and eosinophil infiltration, with dermal edema and/or exudates.…”
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“…Almost all cases improved with conventional therapies, namely topical and oral steroids, antihistamines, and phototherapy (narrow-band ultraviolet B, full ultraviolet). Unlike previous reports, none of the patients required aggressive treatment with systemic immunosuppressants [7, 8]. …”
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“…The term idiopathic papular dermatitis was coined 25 years ago [4, 5] and has since been hardly mentioned in the literature [7, 8]. …”
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