punctate keratoderma

punc·tate ker·a·to·der·ma

[MIM*175860]
horny papules over the palms, soles, and digits that develop central plugs; seen commonly in blacks; autosomal dominant inheritance.
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The differential diagnoses include nevus comedonicus, punctate keratoderma, linear verrucous epidermal nevus, inflammatory linear verrucous epidermal nevus, and linear porokeratosis.12 PEODDN is usually differentiated from these entities by its characteristic presentation and histological presence of porokeratosis-like features in close association with the eccrine unit.
Type I hereditary punctate keratoderma. Dermatol On line J 2003; 9:38.
(38.) Erkek E: Palmoplantar punctate keratodermas: terminology, classification, clinicopathological features and treatment.