Shahara Abalos, MD, Ma. Lorna F. Frez, MD, FPDS
Vitiligo and psoriasis are common dermatoses with autoimmune pathomechanisms. There are numerous case reports on the coexistence of these two conditions but only a few have reported the colocalization of lesions. Moreover, to our knowledge, only one case of concurrent segmental vitiligo and plaque type psoriasis has been documented. Several theories have been put forward however the exact pathogenesis of the association between these two remain unknown.
Claudine Joy M. Ramos MD, Jasmin Jamora, MD, FPDS
Pityriasis lichenoides et varioliformis acuta is characterized by spontaneously resolving, temporally overlapping crops of papules last for weeks and may develop crusts, vesicles, pustules, or ulcers.
Monique Lianne C. Lim, MD, Elizabeth P. Prieto, MD, FPDS, Fatima D.C. Jacinto-Calimag, MD, Patricia Anne Nicole O. Ramirez-Ecarma, MD
Lichen Striatus is a rare, idiopathic, papular eruption that may spontaneously resolve within one to two years. Eruption is characterized by sudden onset, flat-topped papules in a linear or Blaschkoid distribution.
Maryam Kusumawaty, St N. Wahyuni, Faridha Ilyas, Sri Vitayani
Psoriasis vulgaris is a chronic autoimmune disease in the skin. It could be triggered by infection, trauma either in the wound (koebner phenomenon) or in the other areas, and drugs.
Hilda Brigitta, Farida Tabri, Faridha Ilyas, Nurelly N. Waspodo, Sri Rimayani
Psoriasis is an inflammatory skin disease with complex etiology which is an interaction between genetic and environment factors.