focal hyperkeratosis

focal hyperkeratosis

; intractable plantar keratosis; IPK isolated, deep-seated and painful corn, which may incorporate a vascular and/or neurological element, within skin overlying plantar aspect of head of a lesser metatarsal
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A second skin biopsy from the trunk showed focal hyperkeratosis, parakeratosis, erythrocyte extravasation, basal vacuolar degeneration, and perivascular lymphocytic infiltration in the upper dermis (Figure-2b).
Necrotic keratinocytes and focal hyperkeratosis can be noted, along with squamous atypia.
These lesions resemble a mild inflammatory dermatosis, and they feature a perivascular lymphocytic infiltrate in the papillary dermis and a mildly hyperplastic nonspongiotic epidermis that can exhibit focal hyperkeratosis or parakeratosis.