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A neonate with oral lesions of pemphigus vulgaris is described. The diagnosis was confirmed by cytological examination of lesions, positive intercellular IgG staining of the acantholytic cells, and presence of pemphigus antibodies in his serum. At the time of delivery, the child's mother had active pemphigus vulgaris, and it is suggested that this was a(More)
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