Darier's disease

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Noun1.Darier's disease - a rare hereditary condition marked by dark crusted patches (sometimes containing pus)
keratosis - a skin condition marked by an overgrowth of layers of horny skin
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Psoriasis, vitiligo, acne vulgaris, chronical eczema, acne rosacea, neurofibroma, Darier's disease, and some other diseases that affect the appearance of the skin may also affect the psyche by changing a person's self-image as well as some aspects of his or her social life (10, 11).
It is called as Darier's sign (Thamm and Vail, 2001).
Darier's disease associated with cutis verticisgyrata, hyperprolactinaemia and depressive disorder.
High-power images of the epidermis showed medium-sized lymphocytes with cerebriform nuclei arranged in Darier's nests (Pautrier's microabscess) (figure 3a).
Here, we describe a patient of Darier's disease presenting with cutis verticis gyrata involving scalp expanding to his forehead leading to leonine face.
Metze et al., "Intracellular Persistence of Staphylococcus aureus Small-Colony Variants within Keratinocytes: A Cause for Antibiotic Treatment Failure in a Patient with Darier's Disease," Clinical Infectious Diseases, vol.
Many dermatoses could be considered in the differential diagnosis of DHK including stucco keratosis, verruca plana, lichen nitidus, Darier's disease, and guttate psoriasis.
PPPK can be associated with Darier's disease and Cowden disease.
Epilepsy has been confirmed to be a specific complication of various diseases, including Darier's disease [118, 119].
In cutaneous lesions, erythema and urticaria may develop around the lesion with physical trauma including rubbing and friction; this is called "Darier's sign" (21).
Darier's sign (the development of a hive or wheal when a lesion is stroked) was present.
In the second category we find chronic dermatological diseases, such as: psoriasis, acne excoriee, alopecia, atopic dermatitis, chronic forms of urticaria, endogenous eczema, prurigo nodularis, Darier's disease, lichen simplex chronicus, recidivant herpes simplex infection etc.