Itchy red bump disease
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|Itchy red bump disease|
|Other names: Papular dermatitis|
Itchy red bump disease, also known as prurigo simplex, is a skin condition characterized by itchy red bumps that may be treated with topical steroids or PUVA therapy. It was first described by A. Bernard Ackerman in 1978.
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