By Gary M. White, MD

Reticulated Erythema

Cutis Marmorata. This benign skin change is characterized by reticulated erythema.
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Cutis Marmorata Telangiectatica
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Livedo Reticularis
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Erythema Ab Igne. EAI occurs after chronic skin exposure to heat.
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Erythema Infectiosum. The child develops a reticulated erythema as part of this childhood viral exanthem.
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Livedo Reticularis
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Reticular Erythematous Mucinosis

Reticular Telangiectatic Erythema Cutaneous changes associated with various implantable devices or foreign objects.

Diffuse Capillary Malformation with Overgrowth

Reticulated Hyperkeratotic Papules

Confluent And Reticulated Papilomatosis
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Keratosis Lichenoides Chronica (AKA Nekam's Disease)

Reticulated Pigmentation

Prurigo Pigmentosa

Dermatopathia Pigmentosa Reticularis

Dowling-Degos Disease

Dyskeratosis Congenita

Reticulate Hyperpigmentation from Chemotherapy [J Am Acad Dermatology 71, Issue 1, Pages e23–e24, July 2014]

X-Linked Reticulate Pigmentary Disorder A diffuse and reticulated skin hyperpigmentation is evident from childhood. Many patients also have hypohidrosis and corneal inflammation leading to blindness.

Reticulate Purpura


Reticulate Ridges

Reticulate Porokeratosis [AD 1985;121;1542] and [CED 1992;17;178]


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