Kyrles Disease: A Rare Skin Manifestation of Systemic Diseases
Keywords:CKD, Diabetes Mellitus, Keratin, Kyrles Disease
A 39-year-old man of diabetic nephropathy presented with pruritic papulo-nodular brown lesions in both arms and legs on extensor surface characterized by central keratin plugs. Lesions were non-tender and numerous, crusted lesions which histologically were perforating disorders, showing features of Kyrle disease. The blood sugar of the patient was kept under control & hemodialysis was started. Dermatological lesions were treated by Isotretinoin, vitamin A, Tretinoin cream and oral antihistamines.
J MEDICINE 2014; 15 : 144-145
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