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Anetoderma (anetodermia; the Greek anetos – softened, weakened, sluggish + derma – skin) – a dermatosis of an unknown etiology, is characterized by formation of the centers of an atrophy of hypodermic cellulose and epidermis with a diameter up to 15 mm, a "pasty" consistence.


  • Anetoderma tumorous (anetodermia tumoroidea; synonyms: Shvenningera-Buzzi an anetoderma, an anetoderma pseudo-tumoral) – is characterized by the atrophy centers in the form of tumorous soft bluish-white educations on back skin in the absence of inflammatory changes;
  • Anetoderma urtikarny (anetodermia urticarialis; synonym: Pellizzari an anetoderma urtikarny) – begins with emergence pruritic voldyrepodobny erity;
  • Anetoderma erythematic (anetodermia erythematosa; synonyms: dermatitis is atrophic spotty chronic, a skin atrophy spotty, Yadassona an atrophic anetoderma) – begins with emergence roundish pale red, several edematous spots.
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