Psoriasis (Figures 3.26, 3.27, 3.29, 3.30) Alopecia areata (Figure 3.31) Eczema

Occupational trauma Parakeratosis pustulosa Uncommon Normal Pityriasis rosea Secondary syphilis

Sarcoidosis Reiter's syndrome Lichen planus

Large, deep and irregular pits are common in psoriasis and eczema

Small, superficial and regular pits are typical of alopecia areata An isolated pit is not diagnostic and may be dye to minor trauma

Parakeratosis Pustulosa
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