Vessel Kantardjiev1, Kristina Petkova1 and Valentina Broshtilova1,2*
1Department of Dermatology and Venereology, Military Medical Academy, Bulgaria 2Department of Infectious diseases, Parasitology and Dermatovenereology, Medical University “Prof. Dr Paraskev Stoyanov”, BulgariaFulltext PDF
Purpura pigmentosa linearis unilateralis chronica is a rare subtype of pigmented purpuric dermatoses, characterized by linear or segmental distribution of purpuric macules, predominantly on the lower extremities. It is usually not associated with underlying systemic disease and follows a benign course with spontaneous regression. No specific treatment modalities are needed. Herein, an anecdotal case of purpura pigmentosa linearis unilateralis chronica is presented in the highlights of a scientific literature update.
Kantardjiev V, Petkova K, Broshtilova V. Purpura Pigmentosa Linearis Unilateralis Chronic - A Case Report with a Review of the Literature. Ann Clin Case Rep. 2020; 5: 1816.