acrokeratosis verruciformis

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acrokeratosis verruciformis

 [ak″ro-ker″ah-to´sis vĕ-roo″sĭ-for´mis]
a hereditary dermatosis characterized by flat wartlike papules on the dorsal aspect of the hand, foot, elbow, and knee.
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acrokeratosis verruciformis

An autosomal dominant MIM101900 condition characterised by warty hyperkeratotic papules, which has features of Darier-White disease.
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acrokeratosis verruciformis

(ak″rō-ker″ă-tō′sis vĕ-roo′sĭ-for″mis) [acro- + keratosis + L. verruca, wart, -form]
Hereditary disease of the skin characterized by warty growths on the extremities, principally on the backs of the hands and on the feet.
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