Atlas of Bullous Disease
Robert E. Jordon
Churchill Livingstone, 2000 - Medical - 172 pages
The ATLAS OF BULLOUS DISEASE is the only up-to-date atlas of its kind. It is written by a team of experts who have performed research regarding the pathogenesis of tese blistering skin diseases. As an atlas, ample clinical illustrations are provided in addition to expert, up-to-date text on each of these disease entities. The research performed on these skin diseases is on of the most exciting stories in dermatology over the last two to three decades. As a result of the research findings, better therapeutic modalities are now available to treat these skin diseases.
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acantholysis antibodies antigen associated autoantibodies autoimmune biopsy blister formation blistering disease bullous lesions bullous pem bullous pemphigoid bullous pemphigoid antigen cell surface cicatricial pemphigoid Clin CLINICAL FEATURES complement cutaneous dapsone Darier's disease demonstrated Department of Dermatology dermatitis herpetiformis dermis desmosomal Differential Diagnosis dose eosinophils epidermolysis bullosa acquisita erosions eruption etiology FIGURE fogo selvagem Grover's disease Hailey-Hailey disease herpes gestationis histologic IgA bullous dermatosis IgA deposits IgG antibodies immunofluorescence immunopathologic indirect infiltrate inflammatory involvement JAm Acad Dermatol keratinocytes lesions linear IgA bullous linear IgA disease mucosal neutrophils occur ocular oral papules paraneoplastic pemphigus pathogenesis patients with bullous patients with cicatricial patients with dermatitis patients with epidermolysis pemphigoid gestationis pemphigus foliaceus pemphigus vulgaris perilesional skin phigoid phigus plaques prednisone pregnancy present protein pruritus salt-split skin scarring sera serum skin biopsy skin lesions staining steroids subepidermal blister Subepidermal bulla therapy tients treatment type VII collagen urticarial vesicles