A case of localized pemphigoid simulating dyshidrosis is described. Only direct immunofluorescence permitted a correct diagnosis. The patient was given 150 gm dapsone, which proved insufficient to clear the lesions to that 10 mg prednisone were added. Treatment was tapered and now, 8 months later, the patient is still in good condition on 75 mg dapsone and 5 mg prednisone.
|Number of pages||2|
|Publication status||Published - 1985|
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