Necrolytic Acral Erythema associated with hypothyroidism in Hepatitis C
virus seronegative patient.
Necrolytic Acral Erythema (NAE) is a rare cutaneous sign for hepatitis C
virus, which generally presents as circumscribed keratotic plaques on
the extremities. Many studies reported NAE in the absence of HCV. This
case presents a female diagnosed with NAE and hypothyroidism in the
absence of HCV infection.