A 11 years old child presented with itchy and 11 per-pigmented plaques in cubital and popliteal fossa as shown below. Most probable diagnosis is
A. Atopic dermatitis
C. Solar keratosis
D. Pemphigus vulgaris
Answer- A. Atopic dermatitis
- Most probable diagnosis in this child, who presents with itchy and hyperpigmented plaques in cubital and popliteal fossa is atopic dermatitis.
- uAtopic Dermatitis (AD): The clinical presentation often varies with age. Half of patients with AD present wilhin the first year of life, ancl 80%, present by 5 years of age. About 80025 ultimately co-express allergic rhinitis or qsthma. The infantile pattern is characterized by weeping infammatory patches and crusted plaques on theface, neck, and extensor surfaces. The chitdhood dnd ddolescent pattem is typified by dermatitis of flexural skin, particularly in the antecubital and popliteal fossae.”