2003
DOI: 10.1001/archderm.139.1.102
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Neutrophilic Dermatosis of the Dorsal Hands: A Variant of Erythema Elevatum Diutinum?

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“…25 In our opinion, the clinical appearance, only occasional presence of leukocytoclastic vasculitis, and infrequent association with IgA gammopathy, adequately differentiate these conditions clinically. Moreover, the histologic features of chronic erythema elevatum diutinum lesions, including fibrosis, vascular proliferation, and a lymphohistiocytic infiltrate with plasma cells, have not been noted in NDDH.…”
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confidence: 63%
“…25 In our opinion, the clinical appearance, only occasional presence of leukocytoclastic vasculitis, and infrequent association with IgA gammopathy, adequately differentiate these conditions clinically. Moreover, the histologic features of chronic erythema elevatum diutinum lesions, including fibrosis, vascular proliferation, and a lymphohistiocytic infiltrate with plasma cells, have not been noted in NDDH.…”
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confidence: 63%
“…The condition ‘neutrophilic dermatosis of the dorsal hands’ is a relatively new diagnosis, and the condition has been considered to be a variant of several conditions, including neutrophilic dermatosis (i.e. SS), 1,2 erythema elevatum diutinum, 3 atypical pyoderma gangrenosum (PG) 4 or vasculitis (i.e. pustular vasculitis) 5 .…”
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“…And finally, the prospect of becoming like the “elephant man” needlessly complicates clinical management and does harm to the mental health of NF1 patients. We now know that the disease's visibility can have an impact on the quality of life of NF1 sufferers [58] and that there is a significant association between the disease's visibility and psychiatric morbidity [57], [59].…”
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confidence: 99%