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Reticulate Genital Pigmentation Associated With Localized Vitiligo

Alberto Romero-Maté, MD; Román Miñano-Medrano, MD; Laura Nájera-Botello, MD; Ángel Castaño-Pascual, MD; Cristina Martíinez-Morán, MD; Jesús Borbujo, MD
Arch Dermatol. 2010;146(5):574-575. doi:10.1001/archdermatol.2010.69.
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Reticulate hyperpigmentation of the skin can be seen in a variety of disorders, sometimes with significant clinical overlap.1 Genital lentiginosis can be seen as dark macules. We report 2 cases of reticulate pigmentation that cannot be classified in any of the conditions known to us to have been described.

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Patient 1. Reticulate macular pigmentation of the penis shaft with areas of localized vitiligo inside the pigmented area.

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Patient 2. A, Achromic macules of the foreskin and the glans penis. B, Reticulate macular pigmentation of the scrotum.

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Patient 2. Mild, irregular epidermal hyperplasia with hyperpigmentation of the basal layer and without an increased number of melanocytes (hematoxylin-eosin, original magnification ×200) (this was the same presentation found in patient 1).

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