DISEASES OF THE SKIN : PSEUDOPELADE (PSEUDOPELADE BROCQ) - etiology, pathogenesis, symptoms and course of, recognition, prediction and prevention
Etiology and pathogenesis are unknown. Rare acrotiri dermatosis.
Symptoms. Areas devoid of hair, with a smooth, scar skin, whitish or pink color, slightly sinking down the center and barely noticeable raised edges, with irregular, sometimes zigzag shape. Bleszinki from 0.5 cm to 2 cm in diameter have peripheral growth, merge with each other. Characterized by the absence of peeling, folliculitis, crusts. Subjective feelings are absent. Localization predominantly in the parietal area. Unlike lupus erythematosus (see) is localized only on the hairy scalp, no redness, hyperkeratosis, dilated follicles hole. Unlike no scab plates, scales, affected hair. From alopecia baldness (see) is characterized by the presence of atrophy of the skin.
For chronic, slowly progressive.
Recognition is based on the presence of scar abnormal areas whitish color without peeling and no rashes.
Arsenic, cod-liver oil. Vitamin A. Irradiation with ultraviolet rays. Topically lubricating iodine tincture, rubbing sulfur-salicylic-resorcinol ointments.