Classical signs and numerous atypical forms have been described, such as annular, chancriform
, acute paronychial, palmoplantar, zosteriform, and erysipeloid (1, 3, 7-9).
Lesions were psoriasiform plaques in four patients, chancriform
in two and nodulo- ulcerative, crusted plaque, nodular plaque, erythematous plaque in one patient each.
Apart from typical morphology, a few atypical variants like sporotrichoid (2), paronychial (2), chancriform
lip lesions (2) and verrucous (1) were also seen.