Francesco Saverio D'Onghia

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A 74-year-old woman was referred to our department in December 1999 for a pyoderma gangrenosum (PG) arising at the edges of chronic leg ulcer. The history was positive for benign monoclonal gammopathy, ischemic hypertensive cardiopathy, polyarthrosis and venous lower leg deficiency. Monoclonal gammopathy of IgA Kappa type was diagnosed 10 years before with(More)
INTRODUCTION Acral persistent papular mucinosis is an uncommon skin disease with characteristic mucin deposits in the medial layer of the derma. In the Rongioletti and Rebora classification, this disease belongs to the group of specific cutaneous mucinoses. CASE REPORT A 14-year-old girl consulted for symmetrical papular lesions on the back of the hand(More)
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