postinflammatory elastolysis

postinflammatory elastolysis
a condition resembling anetoderma, usually seen in infants, characterized by round erythematous papules that enlarge to form plaques with a scaly collarette. It may appear anywhere on the body except on the palms and soles, but most often is on the face, ears, or neck. It is followed by skin laxity that clinically resembles that of cutis laxa.

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