Familial eruptive pseudoangiomatosis.

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Eruptive pseudoangiomatosis first reported by Cherry is a benign, self-healing, scarcely symptomatic exanthem, that is characterized by 1-3 mm in size, angioma-like red papules. The exanthem is mainly acrolocated, especially affecting the face and upper limbs. Its lesions last from a few days to about 1 month and spontaneous-ly regress.

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