2011
DOI: 10.1016/j.det.2011.03.012
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Diagnosis and Clinical Features of Pemphigus Foliaceus

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“…In FS, the disease usually begins on the head, neck, and seborrheic regions of the skin. The oral mucosa, palms of the hands, and plant of the feet are usually spared [59,66]. In both PF and FS, lesions may become confluent and can transform to exfoliative erythroderma [67].…”
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“…In FS, the disease usually begins on the head, neck, and seborrheic regions of the skin. The oral mucosa, palms of the hands, and plant of the feet are usually spared [59,66]. In both PF and FS, lesions may become confluent and can transform to exfoliative erythroderma [67].…”
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“…Sporadic form of PF is most common in Europe and USA [16].The average age of PF ranges between 40 and 60 years, while FS is very often in children, adolescents and young adults. It is usually seen equally in both females and males with a female preponderancy [59,60]. FS occurs in genetically related family members.…”
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