1984
DOI: 10.1001/archderm.120.9.1166
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Eosinophilic spongiosis in bullous pemphigoid

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“…In present study BP constituted 30% of the study population with M: F ratio of 1:1.1 which is similar to studies by Lagan et al, Budimir et al and Deepti et al 3,24,25 Subepidermal blister was seen in 100% cases in present study which was similar to studies by Nishioka et al and Leena et al 26,27 Inflammatory cells were noted in bulla (100%) and dermal infiltrate (100%) similar to study by Leena et al 27 Predominant inflammatory cells were eosinophils similar to that of Nishioka et al and Deepti et al…”
Section: Bullous Pemphigoidsupporting
confidence: 91%
“…In present study BP constituted 30% of the study population with M: F ratio of 1:1.1 which is similar to studies by Lagan et al, Budimir et al and Deepti et al 3,24,25 Subepidermal blister was seen in 100% cases in present study which was similar to studies by Nishioka et al and Leena et al 26,27 Inflammatory cells were noted in bulla (100%) and dermal infiltrate (100%) similar to study by Leena et al 27 Predominant inflammatory cells were eosinophils similar to that of Nishioka et al and Deepti et al…”
Section: Bullous Pemphigoidsupporting
confidence: 91%
“…In PF, subcorneal separation has been observed in 60% and acanthocytes in 96% of specimen [5]. In BP, subepidermal separation has been observed in 72.3% of specimen which is less compared to study by Nishioka K et al, [7]. These variations may be due to differences in site or type of lesion selected for biopsy.…”
Section: Methodsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…The skin blisters of these patients show detachment of basal keratinocytes from the underlying dermis and a dermal inflammatory infiltrate (2). A variety of cellular lineages have been identified in these inflammatory infiltrates, including eosinophils, neutrophils, lymphocytes, mast cells (MCs), and monocyte/macrophages (M) (1,(3)(4)(5)(6)(7)(8). MCs found in BP lesions exhibit morphological changes suggesting degranulation (7,9).…”
Section: B Ullous Pemphigoid (Bp)mentioning
confidence: 99%