Nonscaly pink papules on the neck

A woman aged 28 years presented with asymptomatic lesions on her neck. Similar lesions noted on her arms the year before had healed without scarring. The woman admitted to sun sensitivity but denied fevers, chills, myalgias or arthralgias.



Examination revealed six to seven variably sized, nonscaly, pink papules and plaques on the left side of the neck. Biopsy demonstrated an ...