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Pityriasis Versicolor

Tinea Versicolor Labia

Pityriasis versicolor is a fungal infection of keratinized skin produced by several different kinds of Malassezia species (55). Also known by the misnomer, tinea Generally, pityriasis versicolor is asymptomatic. An occasional patient describes itching. Morphologically, this infection is characterized by almost macular, coalescing papules that exhibit very subtle and fine scale on close examination (Fig. 21). These papules can be pink, tan, or hypopigmented, hence the term versicolor. Pityriasis versicolor most often begins on the upper, central back and chest, and papules coalesce into larger plaques and then extend preferably to the proximal arms. Very occasionally, scattered papules extend as far as the lower abdomen and mons. The differential diagnosis includes dermatoses with papulosquamous morphology. These include, primarily, secondary syphilis, tinea corporis, pityriasis rosea, and guttate psoriasis. The diagnosis is made by the identification of typical pityriasis versicolor...

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Anatomical compartment of, 11 central tendon of, 15 clinical, 11 lesions, 49 membrane, 14 superficial, 13 Peutz-Jeghers syndrome, 112 Phthirus pubis, 103 Pigmented lesions, 109, 183 Pityriasis versicolor, 98-100 diagnosis, 99 treatment, 99 Plasma cell vulvitis (PCV), 44 Primordial germ cells, 29 Progesterone receptors (PR), 20, 140 Figure 4.21 Pityriasis versicolor is characterized by hypopigmented, pink, or tan. (as seen here) well-demarcated flat papules with very subtle scale. (See p. 99) Figure 4.21 Pityriasis versicolor is characterized by hypopigmented, pink, or tan. (as seen here) well-demarcated flat papules with very subtle scale. (See p. 99)

White Spots On The Face And Body

Tinea versicolor is a mild fungus infection that causes small dark or light spots with a distinct and irregular border that are often seen on the neck, chest, and back. The spots may be slightly scaly but usually do not itch. They are of little medical importance. There is another kind of small whitish spot that is common on the cheeks of dark-skinned children who spend a lot of time in the sun. The border is less clear than in tinea versicolor. These spots are not an infection and are of no importance. Usually they go away as the child grows up. Avoid harsh soaps and apply oil. No other treatment is needed.

Erythema Infectiosum

Tinea versicolor, common in young adults, is a relatively asymptomatic superficial skin infection caused by the lipophilic organism Pityrosporum orbicuiare (also termed Malassezia furfur). The lesions, which usually have a follicular origin, are small, hypopigmented-to-tan macules with a branlike furfuraceous scale the macules are distributed predominantly on areas of the body predisposed to seborrhea, such as the upper trunk, neck, shoulders, and face.


The answer is a. (Fitzpatrick, 3 e, pp 254, 406.) Porphyria cutanea tarda (PCT) is a disease of adults and is found equally in males and females. Although the disease is often hereditary, drugs (estrogens including oral contraceptives, chloroquine, and alcohol), chemicals, and illnesses (hepatitis C virus) may induce PCT. It occurs gradually, with formation of tense bullae on the dorsae of the hands, feet, and nose and hypertrichosis. Eliciting an orange-red fluorescence in the urine with a Wood's lamp makes the diagnosis. Patients with variegate porphyria and acute intermittent porphyria have life-threatening attacks of abdominal pain and may present with a peripheral neuropathy or respiratory failure. Pemphigus is a serious autoimmune bullous disorder of the skin and mucous membranes that may be fatal without treatment. Pemphigoid is a chronic bullous autoimmune disorder seen mostly in patients older than 60 years. Mucous membrane involvement is less common in pemphigoid than...

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