- Author(s): Zawar, Vijay, MD;
- Gugle, Anil, MD
- et al.
Published Web Locationhttps://doi.org/10.5070/D35158k18b
Department of Dermatology, Nashik District Maratha Vidhya Prasarak Samaj Medical College and Research Centre, Nashik, Maharashtra
State, India. firstname.lastname@example.org
Vijay Zawar MD, Anil Gugle MD
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|A serpiginous, linear hypopigmentation|
A 62-year old male farmer consulted us for a 1 month duration of an asymptomatic, progressing serpiginous line of hypopigmentation on the right lower leg (Fig. 1). Approximately 2 months earlier he had been treated for long-standing foot eczema on the same side.
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