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These lesions appear as thickened yellow plaques studded with comedones and keratinous cysts. The ears may exhibit one or more firm nodules on the helix, known as weathering nodules. Biopsy reveals fibrosis and cartilage metaplasia. Telangiectasias over the cheeks, ears, and sides of the neck may develop. Because of the damage to the connective tissue of the dermis, skin fragility is prominent, and patients note skin tearing from trivial injuries. This is known as Fig. 3-16 Favre-Racouchot syndrome (nodular elastoidosis with cysts and comedones).
The erythema begins, as with any sunburn, within 2–6 h but worsens for 48–96 h before beginning to subside. Exposure of the nail bed may lead to onycholysis, called photo-onycholysis (Fig. 3-17). Phototoxic reactions, especially from topically applied photosensitizers, may cause marked hyperpigmentation, even without significant preceding erythema. Phototoxic tar dermatitis Coal tar, creosote, crude coal tar, or pitch, in conjunction with sunlight exposure, may induce a sunburn reaction associated with a severe burning sensation.
Idiopathic photosensitivity disorders This idiopathic group includes the photosensitivity diseases for which no cause is known. These disorders are not associated with external photosensitizers (except for some cases of chronic actinic dermatitis) or inborn errors of metabolism. Polymorphous light eruption necessarily limited to the sun-exposed areas, and itching is the most prominent symptom. Lesions continue to occur in rhus dermatitis for a week or more. In phytophotodermatitis, the reaction is limited to sun-exposed sites, a burning pain appears within 48 h, and marked hyperpigmentation results.