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In Papillon Lefevre Syndrome, there is a hepatic abscess

Correspondence to Author:  Jartal H, 

Department of Dermatology and Venereology, Faculty of Medicine, Erciyes University, Turkey.


A 5-year-old boy was admitted to our medical specialty department from the medicine Surgery Department of the Erciyes University. The patient bestowed hyperkeratosis on the palms, soles, and knees. He had these lesions for regarding four years. He admitted to medicine Surgery Department with bellyache and fever. His oldsters noticed that he had painful swelling of the gums and loosing of his primary teeth. They additionally stressed that he had skin symptom for 3 times. His case history discovered no previous serious unwellness and he was of traditional intelligence. His case history showed that he was born from a blood-related wedding and his uncle additionally had palmoplantar hyperkeratosis. medical specialty examination showed bilateral, symmetrical hyperkeratotic plaques on the soles, palms, and knees (Figures one, 2 and 3). He had a post-op drain on his region. exam showed that each one the first teeth were gift aside from four incisors. Oral hygiene was poor with important plaque accumulation (Figure 4). His complete blood count and routine organic chemistry markers were inside traditional limits. Histhopathologic examination of the hyperkeratotic area skin discovered hyperkeratosis, hypergranulosis, skin condition and a dense perivascular leucocyte infiltration. medical diagnosis enclosed associate degree tapeworm granulosus (hydatid cyst) and pathology liver symptom. Culture of viscus symptom material yielded S.aureus. The bacterium known by victimization standard ways supported colony morphology on five-hitter nutrient agar, gram stain, enzyme and enzyme tests.


Jartal H. In Papillon Lefevre Syndrome, there is a hepatic abscess. Annals of Dermatological Science 2024.

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  • Journal Name: Annals of Dermatological Science
  • Impact Factor: 2.709**
  • ISSN: 2831-8129
  • DOI: 10.52338/Aods
  • Short Name: AODS
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  • Volume: 6 (2024)
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