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Case Report Open Access
Pagetoid dyskeratosis is a benign incidental pathologic finding. It clinically presents as a brownish macule, and histopathologic findings show pale cells resembling cells of Paget disease within the epidermis. Pagetoid dyskeratosis of the hand can mimic a malignant melanoma and should be included in the differential diagnosis of pigmented palmar lesions that show a parallel cutaneous ridge pattern on dermoscopy.
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Author(s): Igor Vázquez Osorio, Leire González-Lara, Cristina Blanco-Quirós, Pablo Gonzalvo-Rodríguez and Eloy Rodríguez-Díaz
Pagetoid dyskeratosis, Parallel ridge patten, Malignant melanoma, Dermoscopy, Vitiligo, Melanin