Pyoderma gangrenosum with extensive perianal involvement.


71-year-old male with no personal events of interest was admitted to the emergency department due to a large perianal ulcer with gluteus extension of 1 month of evolution and multiple inguinoscrotal ulcers of later onset (Fig. 1). The patient denies sexual intercourse the previous months and had not consulted earlier because of shame, but due to progression… (More)


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