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Biopsy report Clinical diagnosis-"Hailey Hailey disease?Flexural psorasis?vein?LP" Impression-suggestive for lichen simplex chronicus. Histopathology-Biopsy shows sparse superficial pervadcular lymphocytic infiltrate with mild to modrate irregular epidermal hyperplasia. The papillary dermis is thickened with papillomatosis and shows thickened bundles of collagen in vertical array. The granular layer is thickened and stratum corneum shows marked compact orthokeratosis
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This is limited details and more precise information is needed about your skin condition which can help in planning a treatment. A thorough history, clinical examination and appropriate laboratory tests will be needed to solve the mystery. A photograph would have been helpful. Consider seeing a Dermatologist for proper diagnosis and treatment plan. The biopsy reports are very old and it always have to be correlated with clinical features.
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