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Soltani B (md), Azarhoosh R (md),
Volume 1, Issue 3 (Autumn & Winter 1999)
Abstract

Pseudoxantoma Elasticum is a hereditary disease with prevalency of 1 among 160000 people in which yellowish papules and plaques are symmetrically distributed in abnormally lax skin of the neck, axilla, groin, and cubital and popliteal spaces, other parts of the body are less frequently involved. Patient that has been presented is 30 years old Turkman woman referred to 5th Azar Hospital with skin problems contains skin folds at neck, yellowish papules at ant, abdomen, cubital area and neck. After skin biopsy, histopathological findings confirmed clinical diagnosis of Pseudoxantoma Elasticum.

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