Keratosis follicularis

keratosis follicularis keratosis fol·lic·u·lar·is (fə-lĭk’yə-lâr’ĭs)
A hereditary eruptive skin disorder, beginning usually in childhood, in which keratotic papules originating from the hair follicles coalesce to form crusty and warty patches. Also called Darier’s disease.


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