small plaque parapsoriasis

small plaque parapsoriasis
a benign, asymptomatic, chronic eruption consisting of small to moderate sized, red-blue to yellow plaques, found chiefly on the trunk and proximal limbs; plaques have distinct, thin borders and fine, adherent scales, giving the surface a paperlike appearance. Called also digitate dermatosis, p. guttata and xanthoerythrodermia perstans.

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