Hereditary painful callosities
Synonyms: Keratosis palmoplantaris nummularis | PPK nummularis | Plamoplantar hyperkeratosis nummularis | Plamoplantar keratoderma nummularis
A rare focal palmoplantar keratoderma disorder characterized by the development of thick painful non-erythematous nummular keratotic lesions over pressure points of feet and possibly hands. Occasionally knee and shin involvement periungual/subungual hyperkeratoses and blistering at the edge of the calluses may be observed.
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