It’s a Very Rare disease presented with:- 1️⃣well-defined round or oval red, scaly plaques (thick patches) that may join together to form map-like patterns. 2️⃣There are 2 types of skin lesion: Fixed plaques, usually occurring on the outer surfaces of the arms and legs Migratory plaques that can occur at any site, last for hours to days and either fade or move to other areas. 3️⃣In severe cases, it can be generalised. 4️⃣Some patients with experience burning sensations and itching in the affected areas and others have no symptoms. 5️⃣The skin lesions may be triggered by internal and/or external factors, such as: 💥Emotional stress 💥Temperature changes 💥Mechanical friction 💥Hot or cold weather. 6️⃣The hair, teeth and nails are not involved. 7️⃣The disease does not affect 🚴🏿♂️physical⛹🏻 and mental development ✅🧠and the general health of the individual is not affected✅. 8️⃣After gradual progression throughout infancy and childhood, the disease tends to stabilise during puberty. Q/ What is your Differential Diagnosis?