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Forty-one (8%) of 500 randomly selected biopsy specimens in verruca vulgaris showed evidence of inflammation. The inflammation was lymphocytic and lichenoid in 21 specimens and was associated with papillary hemorrhage and infarction in 23. Clinical review indicated that patients of all ages were represented but that there was a predominance of verrucae of(More)
Herpes gestationis is a rare, pruritic, blistering disease of the skin that occurs in pregnancy and the puerperium. Its recognition by those caring for the pregnant patient is important in determining appropriate care for the patient and in alerting the physician to possible effects on fetal outcome. Understanding of this disease has been rapidly expanding,(More)
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