IJCRR - vol 06 issue 02, January, 2014
A CASE OF LINEAR VERRUCOUS EPIDERMAL NEVUS
Author: Arun Kumar S. Bilodi, S. Vidya, Sethuraman
Aim: The objective of the present study is to report a case of linear verrucous epidermal nevus that was seen in 18 years old female. Place of study: This case was seen in outpatient department of dermatology at Velammal Medical College Teaching Hospital, Anuppanadi Madurai. Period of Study: This case was studied during the month of June 2013 Case Study: A female aged 18 years came with history of islands of pigmentations over her right lower limb presence since birth. There were no islands of pigmentation in her other parts of the body. She was thoroughly examined after detailed history and relevant investigations. Discussion: This case was well compared and correlated with available literatures. Conclusion: This is case of congenital disorder of skin which may or may not run in the family, but has clinical importance, hence it has been reported
Keywords: congenital disorder of skin, linear verrucous epidermal nevus, islands of pigmented patches
Arun Kumar S. Bilodi, S. Vidya, Sethuraman. A CASE OF LINEAR VERRUCOUS EPIDERMAL NEVUS International Journal of Current Research and Review. vol 06 issue 02, January, 13-16
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