Yellow plaques in 
bilateral inguinal creases

A 51-year-old legally blind man was referred to the dermatology clinic by ophthalmology after being diagnosed with angioid streaks. The man reported no history of a rash. Physical examination revealed yellow reticulated plaques that looked like "plucked chicken skin" in bilateral inguinal folds. No lesions were appreciated in the oral mucosa.

The inguinal lesions were asymptomatic and had never been ...