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Pseudoporyphyria is an uncommon bullous dermatosis. It shares clinical and histological features with porphyria cutanea tarda, but it occurs in the absence of porphyrin metabolic dysfunction. It is characterized by skin fragility, bullae, milia, and scarring on the dorsum of the hands and other sun-exposed areas. Case: We present a patient on naproxen with recurrent pseudoporyphyria of the dorsal hands associated with the consumption of lemon water. Findings: Biopsy showed a pauci-inflammatorydoi:10.15226/2378-1726/7/2/001115 fatcat:n4z6hshvb5bglmtizalcjnfebe