Synonyms: Lipodystrophia centrifugalis abdominalis infantilis
Centrifugal lipodystrophy is a rare acquired localized lipodistrophy characterized by single or occasionally multiple centrifugally progressive asymptomatic to sometimes mildly tender hypopigmented lipoatrophic skin depressions with weakly erymatheous inflammatory borders typically associated with regional ipsilateral lymph nodes swelling. Lesions typically occur on lower trunk (in particular groin and abdomen region) followed by upper trunk (axilla and neighboring regions) and rarely neck and head. It is usually not associated with systemic disease and is typically self-resolving.
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