Clinical Case Of Isolated Lesion Of Oral Mucosa By Dermatitis Herpetiformis
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Fixed drug eruptions, bullous drug eruptions, and
may help to guide the diagnosis, the clinical and histologic features of these disorders are difﬁcult to distinguish from one another.Dermatitis herpetiformis presents with extremely pruritic vesicles and bullae favoring the extensor surfaces (elbows,knees,buttocks)andface.Thevesiclesaresopruritic thatoftenonlyexcoriationsarepresentonexamination.DIFis
Paraneoplastic Pemphigus Associated with a Malignant
isolated oral ulcerations to extensive cutaneous blistering. Histopathologic findings depend on the morphology of the clinical lesion, and include intraepidermal acantholysis, interface dermatitis, lichenoid infiltration, and apoptotic keratinocytes5. The mucosal and cutaneous lesions in the present case were characterized by lichenoid infiltration,
Dermatitis herpetiformis Adult patients. Erythematous papules, Granular papillary and Negative Irrelevant urticarial plaques, papulovesicles, vesicles and basement membrane IgA. rarely bullae, isolated or in herpetiform grouping often healing with scar formation. Intensely pruritic. Predilection sites: symmetrically distributed
Pemphigus vulgaris: A case report - Oral Journal
oral mucosa should be discriminated. One of them is dermatitis herpetiformis, in which lesions are occasional and not too prominent and are manifested as erythemas, 1 to 3 cm in size, that infiltrate the palate and buccal mucosa. Aphthae-like lesions occur on the lip mucosa. However, these oral
Pemphigus herpetiformis: From first description until now
Pemphigus herpetiformis is one of the less common forms of pemphigus, ﬁrst introduced by Jab1onska and colleagues in 1975. This autoimmune bullous disease combines the clinical features of dermatitis herpetiformis and the immunologic characteristics of pemphigus. The target autoantigen is usually
Pathophysiology and approaches in celiac disease
Immune (oral) tolerance The immune system of the gut is exposed to a wide variety of antigens derived from foods, resident bacteria and invading microorganisms. Oral tolerance is a physiological condition characterized by induction of immune unresponsiveness toward intestinal alimentary and bacterial antigens of the intestinal ﬂora.
Hemorrhagic bullae of the oral mucosa - JAAD Case Reports
oral cavity. He reported the ﬁrst lesion appeared on the left buccal mucosa after he consumed an apple, followed by acute rupture and subsequent bleeding. Twomorelesionsappearedsuccessivelyleadingtoa hospital admission where he was treated empirically with oral clindamycin at a dose of 300 mg 3 times daily and discharged. An additional bulla appeared on the right buccal mucosa the evening before
Pyodermatitis-pyostomatitis vegetans: case report and
three patients who presented isolated lesions int the oral mucosa with two of these cases evolving with skin lesions. There are disagreements about the real origin of this entity. Some believe that it is a form of pemphi-gus, others, an idiosyncratic reaction to skin infec-tions, a variant of dermatitis herpetiformis or a dis-tinct entity.6,7, 8-10 CASE REPORT
Bullous systemic lupus erythematosus: An unusual clinical
CASE REPORT In August 1983 an 18-year-old black woman pre- sented to the University of Alabama with a 3-week history of progressive oral blisters and erosions unre- sponsive to several antibiotics. The patient also had been experiencing isolated blisters on the umbilicus and right thigh for 1 week.
Celiac disease in children - SciELO Colombia
The histology of CD studies the mucosa of the small intes-tine, especially the submucosa, muscularis and serosa. A flat mucosa with villus shortening can be observed which is compensated for by hyperplasia and elongation of intes-tinal crypts. These changes reduce the amount of epithelial surface available for absorption. There is increased per-
Bullous systemic lupus erythematosus - differential
and clustered together, as in dermatitis herpetiformis. They preferentially affect the torso and supraclavicular region but may also affect the mucosae, particularly in the mouth and pharynx. Small blisters on the vermil-ion border can be observed in 30% of cases. Patients may develop residual hyperpigmentation, and scars or milia may occasionally form.
Open Access Full Text Article Management of chronic wounds
Clinical manifestations The disease has a chronic course. The primary lesion of PV is a ﬂaccid blister, which may occur anywhere on the skin surface, but typically not the palms and soles.6 The skin lesions in PV can be pruritic or painful. Because the blister is forming in the epidermis, it is ﬂaccid and easily
Erythema Multiforme Associated with Herpes Simplex Virus
Clinical presentation entails the onset of macular, papular, urticarial, bullous, or purpuric symmetric lesions on extensor surfaces as well as oral mucous membrane involvement. Target lesions with clear centers and concentric erythematous rings may also be noted. This is a case report of HSV-1 associated EM in a 20 year-old female. The
Current Approaches to Diagnosis and Treatment of Celiac
Dermatitis herpetiformis. Dermatitis herpetifor-mis is currently regarded as a variant of CD ( skin CD ). It is a blistering skin disease characterized by pathogno-monic granular immunoglobulin (Ig) A deposits in un-involved skin.17 The most typical sites of the rash are the elbows, knees, and buttocks. Intestinal symptoms are not
the classic flat mucosal lesion is only one of the disease entities splashing out of the pot. Physicians need to remember as well that celiac disease is related to certain specific conditions such as selective IgA deficiency (18) and Down's syndrome (19). Our current understanding is that celiac disease presents as a clinical disease