E M Puritz

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We encountered an unusual case of pemphigus foliaceus in which there were early clinical signs of dermatitis herpetiformis with eosinophilic spongiosis histologically. Numerous authors have appreciated that eosinophilic spongiosis occurs in early pemphigus foliaceus, usually in the preacantholytic stage when the lesions may clinically simulate dermatitis(More)
A patient had sensory radicular neuropathy. The patient demonstrated features characteristic of this entity: (1) recurrent trophic ulcerations of the hands and feet, (2) onset in early adulthood, (3) distal, dissociated loss of pain and temperature sensation far out of proportion to the loss of other sensory perceptions, and (4) complete sparing of motor(More)
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