Reticulate pigmentary disorder

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Reticulate pigmentary disorder
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Erythema ab igne (top), Cutis marmorata (bottom)

A reticulate pigmentary disorder is a pigmentary skin condition that appears in a net-like, lace-like or chicken wire-like pattern.[1][2][3][4]


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