Confluent and reticular papillomatosis is a rarely seen dermatosis. It is characterised by the joining together of brown, hyperkeratotic papules and plaques in a reticular pattern. It is generally seen in females in the 10-35 years age range and the etiology is not fully known. The case is here presented of a 40-year old female, diagnosed with confluent and reticular papillomatosis who responded well to isotretinoin treatment.
Confluent and reticulated papillomatozis, isotretinoin, treatment