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symptoms of recurrent linear acantholytic dermatosis, early symptoms and signs of recurrent linear acantholytic dermatosis

symptoms of recurrent linear acantholytic dermatosis, early symptoms and signs of recurrent linear acantholytic dermatosis

Symptoms of recurrent linear acantholytic dermatosis

Typical symptoms: macula, loss of skin fullness, itching

Related symptoms: scab, itching, skin blisters, and then black dry scab

I. Symptoms

Skin lesions are limited to one side of the body and arranged linearly, especially in anus, vulva, armpit, hands and feet, and skin lesions are also seen in palms and plantars. The damage is clear erythema, swarms of blisters, scabs and erosion. Skin lesions on the trunk fuse into plaques. The damage subsided naturally, leaving mild verrucous changes and pigment changes. Later, it can recur in place. Conscious itching and burning sensation. Ultraviolet radiation, mechanical injury and infection can induce aggravation of skin lesions. There are people suffering from this disease in three generations of the family.

Second, diagnosis

This disease is similar to familial benign pemphigus in some aspects, both of which are recurrent blister damage and thorn release, and the pathological and ultrastructural changes are similar, but this disease is unilateral linear arrangement, early onset, palmoplantar involvement, so it is considered as a new disease.

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