N Choussat

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The typical lesion of pyoderma gangrenosum is a rapidly extending necrotic ulceration, often associated with a system affection, inflammatory colitis, hematologic affections, rheumatic disorders. In about 30% of cases it develops on the site of a sometimes minimal injury. In the two cases reported one developed in the region of a graft after excision of a(More)
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