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UC Davis Dermatology Online Journal Title Papular angiolymphoid hyperplasia and lymphoplasmacytic plaque: a clinical and histological spectrum Publication Date Volume 22 Number 4 April 2016 Case presentation Papular angiolymphoid hyperplasia and lymphoplasmacytic plaque: a clinical and histological spectrum
Acral pseudolymphomatous angiokeratoma of children (APACHE) is a rare form of cutaneous pseudolymphoma characterized by angiomatous papules with a predilection for the acral regions of children. Classically, a dense dermal lymphocytic infiltrate composed of both T and B cells is seen in histological specimens, together with prominent vessels lined by plump endothelial cells. Increasing evidence suggests that this condition is neither necessarily acral, pseudolymphomatous, nor angiokeratomatous.fatcat:c7czw7ba75ai7cwlte2pgs3eey