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A 42-year-old woman presented with a 2-year history of pain in lower back and both shoulder joints. She was undergoing radiotherapy for suspected chordoma since 3 months. On examination, multiple translucent papules coalescing to form plaques were present on the eyelids (figure 1A), axilla and sacral area (figure 1B). There were no purpuras, telangiectasias, bleeding on application of pressure and macroglossia. Histopathological examination demonstrated deposition of pale amorphous eosinophilic material in the upper dermis with positive …
Contributors GD and DD drafted the manuscript. VV and AD conceptualised the report and edited the manuscript for intellectual content. GP provided patient care and edited the manuscript. SH edited the manuscript.
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