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Tinea Rubrum. (1) Tinea Pedis and Cruris. (2) Verrucous Dermatitis Perianal: Extramammary Paget's Disease. Presented by Murray C. Zimmerman, MD.
This 52-year old patient was seen July 20, 1967. He works in a pressing shop where it is very hot. He sweats heavily. He developed a scaly dermatitis on the feet and a rash in the crotch, and has had them intermittently since about 1947.
(July 20, 1967). There was a gyrate, scalloped, vesicular plaque extending out onto the right buttock, inactive centrally, but with a discrete vesicular border peripherally. Both soles had dry scale and were reddish purple in color. The perianal skin was sodden, reddened, pultaceous, in a band from perineum to coccyx. On both sides of the anus, extending about 5 cm out on each side, there was a verrucous darkish gray area, also sodden and macerated.
Patient was started on therapy with
Sidell CM, Marmelzat WL, Storkan MA, Berke M. METROPOLITAN DERMATOLOGICAL SOCIETY OF LOS ANGELES. Arch Dermatol. 1968;98(3):322–323. doi:10.1001/archderm.1968.01610150108026
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