Advance in Dermatology II
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When patients see blisters they believe they are serious. The dermatologist is also concerned because there are more than 30 recognised bullous diseases and many are chronic, needing prolonged and careful management. The early clinical features are often deceptive precluding a correct diagnosis except a few simple ones like bullous impetigo and insect bite reactions. The aetiology of many remains unknown and the management depends on clinical and especially histological diagnoses.
CitationRatnam, A.V. (1980). Advance in Dermatology II. Medical Journal of Zambia. 14 (2)
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