Pemphigus vulgaris in a juvenile patient: case report.


Pemphigus vulgaris is a rare cause of oral mucosal ulceration that mainly affects middle-aged adults; the oral lesions of pemphigus are associated with cutaneous manifestations. This article reports a case of oral phemphigus vulgaris in a 17-year-old girl without any cutaneous lesions. After seven months of steroid therapy, the disease was controlled. Early… (More)


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