Abstract

Clinical Image

58-year-old male patient who came to the dermatology service for a clinical picture

Francisco Javier Torres-Gómez*

Published: 30 April, 2021 | Volume 5 - Issue 1 | Pages: 018-019

58-year-old male patient who came to the dermatology service for a clinical picture consisting of generalized erythematous scaly and pruritic lesions of 2 years of evolution. The clinical judgments provided were: pityriasis versicolor, drop psoriasis, pityriasis rubra pilaris and secondary syphilis (without serology confirming this last hypothesis then). A biopsy of a lesion located on the right costal side was performed. The serology was negative in a second time.

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