pigmented purpuric lichenoid dermatosis

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pig·men·ted pur·pu·ric li·chen·oid der·ma·to·sis

an eruption composed of lichenoid papules variously pigmented from the hemosiderin of the associated purpura; found on the legs, usually in men over 40 years of age.


Henri, French physician, 1881-1955.
Gougerot and Blum disease - an eruption of lichenoid papules on the legs. Synonym(s): pigmented purpuric lichenoid dermatosis
Gougerot disease - dermatologic disorder resulting in papular lesions, macules and dermal/dermohypodermal nodularity. Synonym(s): Gougerot trilogy
Gougerot trilogy - Synonym(s): Gougerot disease
Gougerot-Carteaud syndrome - discrete and confluent gray-brown papules of the anterior and posterior midchest. Synonym(s): confluent and reticulate papillomatosis
Gougerot-Sjögren disease - Synonym(s): Sjögren syndrome