Are acrosyringia involved in the pathogenesis of "dyshidrosis"?


Investigations of dyshidrotic eruptions of various causes were done by conventional and electron microscopy. In all cases, the histological patterns were identical. The dyshidrotic vesicle is an intraepidermal, spongiotic lesion. The intraepidermal part of the eccrine sweat duct (acrosyringium) is not altered even by spongiosis. As the acrosyringium does… (More)


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