By Gary M. White, MD
Keratosis Pilaris. Sandpaper-like rough skin on the upper, outer arm of children and young adults.
Pigmentary Demarcation Lines. Present occasionally in darker-skinned patients.
Lupus Panniculitis. Deep-seated nodules on the upper, outer arm.
Acquired Bilateral Telangiectatic Macules
Photodistributed rashes including:
Photodistributed Drug Eruption
Polymorphous Light Eruption
Cutaneous Lupus Erythematosus
Tinea Versicolor. Tinea versicolor may be pink, red, brown, or white as shown here.
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