Download PDF. 1 / 2 Pages. Previous article. Go back to website. Acrodermatitis, infantile lichenoid; Acrodermatitis, papular infantile; skin condition characterized by a papular rash with blisters on the skin of the legs, buttocks. Arch Argent Dermatol. Jun;18(2) [Gianotti-Crosti syndrome ( infantile acrodermatitis papulosa)]. [Article in Spanish]. Pomposiello IM, Abulafia J.
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[Gianotti-Crosti syndrome (infantile acrodermatitis papulosa)].
Other incriminated viruses are hepatitis A virushepatitis C viruscytomegalovirus coxsackievirusadenovirusenterovirusrotavirusrubella virusHIVand parainfluenza virus. It is named for Ferdinando Gianotti and Agostino Crosti.
Gianotti—Crosti syndrome mainly affects infants and young children. Children as young as 1. Purpura is generally not seen but may develop upon tourniquet test. However, extensive purpura without any hemorrhagic disorder has been reported.
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Lymphadenopathy and hepatomegaly are sometimes noted. Raised AST and ALT levels with no rise in conjugated and unconjugated bilirubin levels are sometimes detectable, although the absence of such does not exclude the diagnosis. Spontaneous disappearance of the rash usually occurs after 15 to 60 days. The diagnosis of Gianotti—Crosti syndrome is clinical.
A validated diagnostic criteria    is as follows:. The differential diagnoses are: Gianotti-Crosti disease is a harmless and self-limiting condition, so no treatment may be required. For symptomatic relief from itching, oral antihistamines or any soothing lotions like calamine lotion or zinc oxide may be used.
If there are any associated conditions like streptococcal infections, antibiotics may acrodefmatitis required. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Andrews’ Diseases of the Skin: Internal Medicine Tokyo, Japan. An Extremely Unusual Presentation”.
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