Hand dermatitis: uncommon presentations.


:Hand dermatitis is a common diagnosis seen in dermatologic and general practice. It can present with typical morphology, but uncommon manifestations are possible. This review reports on common and uncommon presentations of irritant and allergic hand dermatitis focusing on uncommon localizations, time course, and morphology such as follicular, pustular, bullous, ulcerous, exudative erythema multiforme-like, purpuric, lichenoid, pigmented, and depigmented skin lesions. Clinical diagnosis can be challenging. Even histopathology is not always very helpful. Thorough evaluation of the patient's history and investigation of clinical morphology are the cornerstones of diagnosis.


Clin Dermatol


Clinics in dermatology


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2005-09-01 00:00:00














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