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Relationship Between Acanthosis Nigricans and Fungal Infection: Clinical and Histopathological findings

Jung JW, Hong EH, Park EJ, Kim KJ, Kim KH

Background: Acanthosis nigricans (AN) is a skin condition that presents clinically with hyperpigmented, hyperkeratotic, and velvety skin changes, especially in the intertriginous areas. The intertriginous areas are also susceptible to...
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Cutis Verticis Gyrata and Acanthosis Nigricans: Just a Coincidence? – A Case Report

Han HS, Park JW, Park KY, Shim JH, Seo SJ

  • KMID: 2513446
  • Korean J Dermatol.
  • 2021 Feb;59(2):153-156.
Cutis verticis gyrata (CVG) is a rare scalp condition that presents as convoluted folds and furrows, which resemble the cerebral cortex. Although the pathogenesis is not fully elucidated, recent investigations...
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Insulin Resistance and Obesity according to Degree of Acanthosis Nigricans in Obese Korean Children and Adolescents

Lee BG, Park KH, Seo YG, Noh HM, Song HJ, Paek YJ, Park MJ, Jo AR

Background: Recent studies suggest that acanthosis nigricans (AN) is associated with insulin resistance in obese children. However, very few studies have assessed insulin resistance and obesity according to the degree...
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Elevated Serum Leptin Receptor and Insulin-like Growth Factor-1 Levels and High Levels of Leptin Receptor Expression in Acanthosis Nigricans Patients: Serologic and Histopathologic Analyses

Kim WO, Kim HW, Joe HJ, Ryoo YW, Jung HR, Kim SA

  • KMID: 2506584
  • Korean J Dermatol.
  • 2020 Sep;58(8):530-536.
Background: Acanthosis nigricans is characterized by a velvety thickening of the epidermis accompanied by different degrees of hyperpigmentation, and known to be linked to obesity and insulin resistance. Objective: We aimed...
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Acral Involvement in a Typical Case of Acanthosis Nigricans

Son JH, Kim GW, Kim HS, Ko HC, Kim MB, Kim BS

  • KMID: 2465966
  • Korean J Dermatol.
  • 2019 Sep;57(8):506-508.
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Acanthosis nigricans as a clinical marker of insulin resistance among overweight adolescents

Videira-Silva A, Albuquerque C, Fonseca H

PURPOSE: Acanthosis nigricans (AN) is a hyperpigmented dermatosis associated with obesity and insulin resistance (IR). There is no consensus whether AN extension scoring offers added value to the clinical estimation...
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Erbium-doped Yttrium Aluminum Garnet Laser to Treat Familial Acanthosis Nigricans

Koh WS, Park HK, Kang HS, Kim JS

  • KMID: 2437065
  • Korean J Dermatol.
  • 2018 Dec;56(10):649-651.
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A Suspected Case of Hyperkeratotic Head and Neck Malassezia Dermatosis Presenting with Acanthosis Nigricans

An MK, Yoon JH, Cho EB, Park EJ, Kim KH

A 19-year-old woman presented with an asymptomatic cutaneous discoloration on her nape. Dermatological examination revealed localized dark brown to dark pigmented velvety macules and patches. She denied a past medical...
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Acanthosis Nigricans as a Clinical Predictor of Insulin Resistance in Obese Children

Koh YK, Lee JH, Kim EY, Moon KR

PURPOSE: This study aimed to evaluate the utility of acanthosis nigricans (AN) severity as an index for predicting insulin resistance in obese children. METHODS: The subjects comprised 74 obese pediatric patients...
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A Case of Acanthosis Nigricans Induced by Growth Hormone Therapy

Na CH, Youn SH, Kim MS, Shin BS

  • KMID: 2162231
  • Korean J Dermatol.
  • 2016 Mar;54(3):222-223.
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A case of acanthosis nigricans on vulvar area in menopausal woman with diabetes

Oh JW, Kim JY, Kim YS, Kim CJ

Acanthosis nigricans (AN) is a dermatopathy with a distinctive appearance that facilitates its diagnosis. Although an external condition, it is associated with a wide variety of less obvious internal conditions,...
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Acral-type Malignant Acanthosis Nigricans Associated with Gastric Adenocarcinoma

Lee SS, Jung NJ, Im M, Lee Y, Seo YJ, Lee JH

Acanthosis nigricans is a symmetric eruption characterized by the presence of a hyperpigmented, velvety cutaneous thickening, that can develop on any part of the body, but characteristically affects the flexural...
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Unilateral Acanthosis Nigricans on Non-flexural Area

Kim UK, Nam HM, Park SY, Park K, Park SD

  • KMID: 2247578
  • Korean J Dermatol.
  • 2011 Jul;49(7):641-644.
Unilateral acanthosis nigricans (AN) is an exceedingly rare disorder, probably viewed as a nevoid disorder and sometimes called nevoid AN, which is characterized by hyperkeratosis, papillomatosis and moderate acanthosis. The...
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Unilateral Nevoid Acanthosis Nigricans with a Submammary Location

Jeong JS, Lee JY, Yoon TY

Unilateral nevoid acanthosis nigricans (AN) is an exceedingly rare form of AN, which is a benign disorder of keratinization. The lesions of unilateral nevoid AN are distributed unilaterally while the...
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Aberrant Breast Tissue Associated with Acanthosis Nigricans

Yoon NY, Ji JH, Hong SP, Jeon SY, Ahn SK

  • KMID: 2146321
  • Korean J Dermatol.
  • 2011 Jan;49(1):93-95.
Aberrant breast tissue is a subset of accessory breast tissue, and it exhibits similar consistency to that of the adjacent normal breast tissue, but it lacks an associated nipple complex....
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Unusual Presentation of Obesity-associated Dermatoses: Acanthosis Nigricans Involving Both Auricles

Lee YB, Lee JD, Cho SH

Acanthosis nigricans is prevalent in the general population and is the most common dermatological manifestation of obesity. It is typically observed in the flexural areas such as the neck, axillae,...
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Coexistence of Scleredema and Acanthosis Nigricans in a Patient with Diabetes Mellitus

Jeong TJ, Lew BL, Sim WY

  • KMID: 2247979
  • Korean J Dermatol.
  • 2009 Mar;47(3):334-337.
Scleredema and acanthosis nigricans are two distinct dermatological disorders that have been reported in association with insulin resistance. Few reported cases have shown an association between scleredema and acanthosis nigricans....
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A Case of Idiopathic Eruptive Macular Pigmentation Limited to Flexural Areas

Kim EH, Lee ES, Kim YC, Kang HY

Idiopathic eruptive macular pigmentation is a rare condition characterized by asymptomatic pigmented macules involving the neck, trunk, and proximal portions of the extremities. On histopathologic examination, there was increased pigmentation...
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Three Cases of Concomitant Acanthosis Nigricans with Confluent and Reticulated Papillomatosis in Obese Patients

Lee E, Kang BS, Cho SH, Lee JD

Acanthosis nigricans (AN) is characterized by symmetric, velvety, gray-brown hypertrophied plaques most commonly on the axillae and neck. Confluent and reticulated papillomatosis (CRP) is manifested by papules in the mid-chest...
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Clinical significance of acanthosis nigricans in children and adolescents with obesity induced metabolic complications

Chueh HW, Cho GR, Yoo J

PURPOSE: This study investigated the clinical significance of AN in children and adolescents with obesity induced metabolic complications. METHODS: Forty-nine patients who had obesity induced metabolic complications were participated in this...
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