Honeycomb Atrophy

A rare autosomal recessive [MIM 209700] symmetric dermatopathy (genodermatosis) characterised by skin atrophy with sharply demarcated ‘pits’, variably accompanied by cardiac defects, mental retardation, neurofibromas.
Prognosis Usually slowly progressive; spontaneous regression has been reported.
Management Dermabrasion, cryotherapy, ultraviolet light radiation, topical medications, CO2 and 585 nm pulsed dye lasers
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It is doubtful, however, if other conditions such as atrophoderma vermiculatum or honeycomb atrophy of the face, should be included in the same spectrum.