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There are extensive, mostly blurred, dirty-brown spots that change into very flat plaques. Typical is a leathery, in the intertriginous zones (axillae, groin regions, also neck and neck regions) also verrucous surface of the plaques. Complaints are generally not present. In the intertriginous areas there is a danger of microbial colonization, which causes an unpleasant mouldy foetus.
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According to the pseudoacanthosis nigricans
Incoming links (9)Acanthosis nigricans, acral; Acanthosis nigricans juvenilis; Adiposity skin changes; Bloom syndrome; Crouzon syndrome; Lelis syndrome; Leprechaunism syndrome; Prader-willi syndrome; Rabson-mendenhall syndrome;
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