ⓘ Kyrle disease

                                     

ⓘ Kyrle disease

Kyrle disease is identified as a form of an acquired perforating disease. Other major perforating diseases are elastosis perforans serpiginosa and reactive perforating collagenosis. Recently, however, there is a controversy on categorizing Kyrle disease with perforating dermatosis or a subtype of acquired perforating collagenosis.

Kyrle disease was first described by Kyrle-Joseph in 1916, when a diabetic woman presents a generalized hyperkeratosis nodules. The disease is distinguished by large papules with Central keratin plus on the skin, usually on the feet of the patient and often in combination with hepatic, renal or diabetic disorders. It can affect women and men with a 6:1 ratio. Papules usually appear on patients with an average age of 30 years. Kyrle disease is a rare disease, if you have a large number of patients with chronic renal failure. The disease seems to be more prevalent among African Americans, which may be associated with the prevalence of diabetes and kidney failure in the population.

                                     
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