Case 335

Case 335

Medical history

Male patient, 23 years old, presents hyperchromic lesions in the left dimidium and the cervical region, asymptomatic, evidenced at birth and showing progressive evolution with growth and darkening. He denies family history of similar lesions. He presented episodes of diarrhea and involuntary movimentation of the right dimidium since he was 16 years old, when diagnosed with right hemichorea.

Considering the clinical history and the presented images, what is the most likely diagnosis?

Test Question

(FHEMIG Dermatology Medical Residency - 2009)

The Blaschko lines are a characteristic pattern of linear distribution of skin lesions. About these lines, it is INCORRECT to affirm that: