By Gary M. White, MD
Cutis Marmorata. This benign skin change is characterized by reticulated erythema.
Cutis Marmorata Telangiectatica
Erythema Ab Igne. EAI occurs after chronic skin exposure to heat.
Erythema Infectiosum. The child develops a reticulated erythema as part of this childhood viral exanthem.
Reticular Erythematous Mucinosis
Reticular Telangiectatic Erythema Cutaneous changes associated with various implantable devices or foreign objects.
Diffuse Capillary Malformation with Overgrowth
Confluent And Reticulated Papilomatosis
Keratosis Lichenoides Chronica (AKA Nekam's Disease)
Dermatopathia Pigmentosa Reticularis
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 Porokeratosis [AD 1985;121;1542] and [CED 1992;17;178]
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