Cutaneous macular amyloidosis

0032347

Normal Case/Contol

GWAS of 0032347

Sibling Case/Control

No sibling GWAS available 0032347

Statistics

Case Control
191 460003

Phenotype Definition

A type of cutaneous amyloidosis that is characterized by hyperpigmented patches with indefinite margins composed of grayish brown macules, often with a reticulated or rippled appearance. Lesions may present as a hyperpigmented patch composed of small brown macules in a rippled or reticulated pattern. [PMID:26981113]

Phenotype Comment

Two types of keratotic amyloidosis have been identified: macular and lichen amyloidosis, and the latter is more common. In keratotic amyloidosis, keratin depositions originating from basal keratinocyte are mainly CK5 positive.


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