Darier's disease

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Description This chapter describes dermoscopy of dariers disease
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Darier’s disease

In Darier’s disease, dermoscopical analysis highlights the characteristic pseudocomedones and therefore is an effective additional tool for its clinical recognition. Vascular patterns are unspecific, comprising erythema, dotted and linear vessels.[1]


  1. Vázquez-López et al.: The handheld dermoscope improves the recognition of giant pseudocomedones in Darier's disease. J. Am. Acad. Dermatol. 2004;50:454-5. PMID: 14988691. DOI.