Super rare skin disease in Malaga

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A RARE skin disease, with only 23 cases in the world, has been diagnosed for the first time in Spain at the Malaga Regional Hospital. The disease, Verrucous Porokeratosis of the Gluteal Cleft, appears in the form of an itchy pinkish wart with raised sides and mainly affects males and is transmitted genetically. It can be mistaken for a sexually transmitted disease.

 

 

 

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