Papuloerythroderma, first described in 1984 by Ofuji et al,1 is characterized by coalescent solid papules sparing the skin folds, which produced the “deck-chair” sign. Although it is associated with cutaneous T-cell lymphoma as well as visceral carcinomas, the etiology is unknown in most patients.2 We describe the first case, to our knowledge, of papuloerythroderma caused by aspirin.
Sugita K, Koga C, Yoshiki R, Izu K, Tokura Y. Papuloerythroderma Caused by Aspirin. Arch Dermatol. 2006;142(6):781-798. doi:10.1001/archderm.142.6.792