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Dowling Degos Disease
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. Dowling Degos Disease. Indian J Dermatol Venereol Leprol 1986;52:48-51
AbstractFifteen members of a large family were known to be affected by a reticulate pigmentary anomaly, chiefly of the flexures of whom five members were examined and found to be affected by Dowling Degos d:sease. The family tree supports autosomal dominant transmission with female preponderance. The unusual features noted include distribution of the lesions to the acral parts, palmar pigmentation and seborrhoeic keratoses like lesions.