WHORLED

This is an unusual case of leukocytoclastic vasculitis having a whorled appearance.
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Note: Often the whorled appearance follows Blaschko's lines.

Hypopigmentation

Focal Dermal Hypoplasia (Goltz Syndrome)

Hypomelanosis Of Ito

Hyperpigmentation

Incontinentia Pigmenti
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Epidermal Nevus Syndrome
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Hypomelanosis Of Ito

Ichthyosis/Verrucous Lesions

Conradi-H√ľnermann Syndrome

Papules

Darier Disease. A 22-year-old woman had a whorled area of Darier along with nail involvement along the left side of the body corresponding to Blaschko's lines. It is postulated that a gene defect mosaic to the left side of the body gave rise to this epidermal nevus with Darier histopathology [BJD 1992;127;168].

Redness and Scale

Erythema Gyratum Repens

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