2019 Month : September Volume : 6 Issue : 35 Page : 2418-2419
Samarjit Roy1, Prateek Nagrani2
Dr. Samarjit Roy,
Department of Dermatology, Venereology and Leprosy,
Himalayan Institute of Medical Sciences,
Swami Ram Nagar, Jolly Grant,
Dehradun- 248016, Uttarakhand.
PRESENTATION OF CASE
A 36 years old female patient (non-pregnant) presented to the Dermatology OPD of Himalayan Institute of Medical Sciences, SRHU, Dehradun, with bilateral fissure sole, with complaints of pain for the last 2 years. The fissures were not present in any other part of the body like palms, scalp or rest of the body. History of oozing, scaling, pain or itching from fissures was present but history of bleeding was absent from the fissures during the time of her presentation. We ruled out all the diseases causing peripheral neuropathies like leprosy, diabetes, etc.