1985
DOI: 10.1001/archderm.121.5.662
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Acne fulminans with osteolytic lesions

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“…Palmoplantar pustulosis is one of the most common diseases associated with CRMO, occurring in 20-50% of cases [3, 5, 8-10, 12, 19] and frequently recurring synchronously along with the osseous exacerbations [20]. Other dermatologic manifestations include psoriasis vulgaris [5, 8-12, 19, 21], acne [22], Sweet syndrome [23,24], pyoderma gangrenosum [11,25,26], dermatomyositis [4] and tumor calcinosis [27]. Gastrointestinal associations include Crohn disease [5,11,[28][29][30], ulcerative colitis [5] and celiac disease [5].…”
Section: Disease Associations With Crmomentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Palmoplantar pustulosis is one of the most common diseases associated with CRMO, occurring in 20-50% of cases [3, 5, 8-10, 12, 19] and frequently recurring synchronously along with the osseous exacerbations [20]. Other dermatologic manifestations include psoriasis vulgaris [5, 8-12, 19, 21], acne [22], Sweet syndrome [23,24], pyoderma gangrenosum [11,25,26], dermatomyositis [4] and tumor calcinosis [27]. Gastrointestinal associations include Crohn disease [5,11,[28][29][30], ulcerative colitis [5] and celiac disease [5].…”
Section: Disease Associations With Crmomentioning
confidence: 99%
“…16 There is a firm association of CRMO with neutrophilic dermatoses and inflammatory bowel disease. The strongest cutaneous associations include palmoplantar pustulosis, 67,72,73 psoriasis vulgaris, 74 Sweet syndrome, 75,76 severe acne, 15,77,78 and pyoderma gangrenosum. 79 Intestinal inflammation, most often Crohn's disease and less often ulcerative colitis or celiac disease, has been reported in about 10% of cases.…”
Section: Clinical Presentationmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…The pathogen is transmitted by five leafhopper vectors and the geographical range of the disease coincides with that of its vectors (Renfro and Ullstrup, 1976). Two distinct types of corn stunt disease have been identified (Bascope, 1977;Nault, 1980):…”
Section: Stunt Oiseasementioning
confidence: 99%