Schamberg disease

Schamberg disease
a type of chronic pigmented purpura of the lower legs and feet of adolescent and young adult males, characterized by slightly discolored macules with red dots in the center (cayenne pepper spots). Called also progressive pigmentary dermatosis and Schamberg dermatosis or purpura.

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