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In the area of light-exposed areas, usually large, occasionally circumscribed, whitish plaques, which fit into the skin field and which are particularly prominent when the skin is stretched. In case of a punctiform formation of the elastosis, the result is the "peau citréine" (lemon skin).
Notice! The term has been chosen unfortunate, it describes nothing else than a laminar actinic elastosis caused by chronic light exposure.
See Elastosis actinica below.
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