FAVOURE RACOUCHOT SYNDROME WITH SCALP INVOLVEMENT: A CASE REPORT
Favoure racouchot syndrome is a solar elastotic disorder in which sun exposure or radiation cause skin damage
leading to development of multiple open comedones. It usually affects the areas around the eyes, temples and the
neck characterized by a diffuse yellowish hue. Presented here is a case of favoure racouchot syndrome involving
scalp in a farmer. Scalp involvement has so far not been described as component of this syndrome. The eruption
is usually bilaterally symmetrical. The exact pathophysiology remains unclear.