Amyloidosis cutis dyschromica (ACD), a rare variant of primary cutaneous amyloidosis first described in 1970 , is primarily seen in Asian populations .
All of the disorders discussed in this review are inherited as autosomal dominant disorders, with the exception of amyloidosis cutis dyschromica.
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Amyloidosis cutis dyschromica (ACD) is a rare form of cutaneous amyloidosis, characterized by generalized, asymptomatic hyperpigmentation intermingled with several hypopigmented spots without papulation, atrophy and telangiectasia.
Amyloidosis cutis dyschromica, amyloid, pigmentary disorder, Congo red.
Amyloidosis cutis dyschromica (ACD) is a very rare form of primary cutaneous amyloidosis (PCA) with very few cases reported in literature.
So this is clearly a case of amyloidosis cutis dyschromica.
Amyloidosis cutis dyschromia is a very rare variant of primary cutaneous amyloidosis clinically characterized by hyper-and hypopigmented/depigmented macules in generalized distribution.
Amyloidosis cutis dyschromia, hyperpigmentation, hypopigmented macules, amyloid deposits.
Based on clinical features and histopathological demonstrations, diagnosis of amyloidosis cutis dyschromia was made and patient was advised for oral acitretin and periodic follow-up.
Other atypical variants has also been described which are dyschromic amyloidosis or amyloidosis cutis dyschromica, bullous, vitiliginous, familial poikiloderma like cutaneous amyloidosis and anosacral type.