Infantile anogenital digitate keratoses
IADK is more commonly reported in males than in females. It appears in the first few months of life, and lesions typically regress spontaneously within several months.
L85.8 – Other specified epidermal thickening
238638002 – Multiple minute digitate hyperkeratosis of Goldstein
Differential Diagnosis & Pitfalls
- Multiple minute digitate hyperkeratoses (MMDH) – presents in adults as nonfollicular papules on the trunk and extremities, sparing the anogenital region
- Papular acantholytic dyskeratosis – presents in adults as a papular eruption in the genital or inguinal areas
- – 2- to 15-mm, red, white, or gray, flat-topped papules or nodules, associated with encopresis or urinary incontinence