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Brachioradial pruritus PLE may present initially and only on the brachioradial area. This type of brachioradial eruption was the initial pattern of brachioradial pruritus described and was termed solar pruritus (Fig. 3-25). The majority of cases of brachioradial pruritus, and especially those characterized by severe, refractory, intractable pruritus and secondary severe lichenification, are now felt to represent a form of neuropathic pruritus, related to cervical spine disease (see Chapter 4). Sunlight may be an eliciting factor and cervical spine disease a predisposing factor in patients with brachioradial pruritus.
Warm water immersion foot Exposure of the feet to warm, wet conditions for 48 h or more may produce a syndrome characterized by maceration, blanching, and wrinkling of the soles and sides of the feet (Fig. 3-10). Itching and burning with swelling may persist for a few days after removal of the cause, but disability is temporary. It was commonly seen in military service members in Vietnam but has also been seen in persons wearing insulated boots. 6°F) for 2–10 days. This was known as “paddy foot” in Vietnam.
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