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Old 04-10-2011
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Skin Six Ps Skin Lesion

Six Ps: Pruritic, Purple, Polygonal Papules that occur on in the Periphery and on the Penis.

Associated with hepatitis C or metal exposure, such as gold or mercury, that results in altered immunity

White or gray lines over top the flat-topped papules.

What's the lesion?

(NB. This is common dermatology diagnosis question in all Q-Bank, just to share with you.)
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Lichen Planus!

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