Virus-associated trichodysplasia spinulosa

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Synonyms: Cyclosporine-induced folliculodystrophy | Pilomatrix dysplasia | TS | Trichodysplasia spinulosa | VATS

Virus-associated trichodysplasia spinulosa is a rare infectious skin disease characterized by the development of follicular papules with keratin spicules in various parts of the body predominantly in the face (e.g. nose eyebrows auricles) that is due to polyomavirus infection in immunocompromized patients.

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