atrophoderma of Pasini and Pierini

at·ro·pho·der·ma of Pa·si·ni and Pi·er·i·ni

(pah-sē'nē, pēr-ē'ne),
a form of slate-colored atrophy of the skin occurring in discrete, 2-cm or larger lesions, either singly or multiply, and occasionally confluent, increasing in number and size over a period of years and then remaining constant; thought by some to be of two types: one preceded by morphea, and the other appearing with no preceding identifiable pathology.

Pasini,

Agostino, Italian dermatologist, 1875-1944.
atrophoderma of Pasini and Pierini - a form of slate-colored atrophy of the skin occurring in discrete 2-cm or larger lesions.
Pasini syndrome - small, firm, white perifollicular papules that appear primarily on the lumbosacral region. Synonym(s): albopapuloid epidermolysis bullosa
Pasini variant
Pasini-Pierini syndrome - slight depression below the level of normal skin of different shapes, colors, and dimensions. Synonym(s): atrophic morphea variant

Pierini,

Luigi, 20th century Argentinian dermatologist.
atrophoderma of Pasini and Pierini - see under Pasini
Pasini-Pierini syndrome - see under Pasini
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A total of 78% of the patients had the plaque variant of morphea, with the remainder having either the guttate variant, idiopathic atrophoderma of Pasini and Pierini, linear scleroderma, or profound scleroderma.