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Frequently in chronic liver diseases (red liver palms), chronic polyarthritis (rheumatoid arthritis), carcinomas, systemic lupus erythematosus, diabetes mellitus, hyperthyroidism, Crohn's disease (see below: enteritis regionalis skin changes), vegetative dystonia (nicotine abuse) and in pregnancy.
A very rare and little-noticed clinical picture is the erythema palmare et planttare hereditarium (also called"Lane's red palms"), an autosomal dominant inherited palmoplantar rythema without further symptoms.
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No causal therapy known. Treatment of the respective underlying disease.
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- Kluger N et al (2010) Erythema palmare hereditarium (Lane's red palms): a forgotten entity? J Am Acad Dermatol 63:e46
- Langenauer J (2014) Erythema Palmare Hereditarium ('Red Palms', 'Lane's Disease'). Case Rep Dermatol 6:245-247
Incoming links (9)Acute hepatitis; Alcohol skin changes; Erythema diffusum hepaticum; Erythema palmoplantare hereditarium; Liver hands; Lung diseases, skin changes; Palmarerythem; Plantaryterytheme; Red liver palms;
Outgoing links (4)Diabetes mellitus skin changes; Enteritis regionalis, skin alterations; Erythema palmoplantare hereditarium; Lupus erythematosus (overview);
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