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European Journal of Dermatology


Localized bullous pemphigoid arising in traumatic wounds after a 15-year disease-free interval of classic bullous pemphigoid Article à paraître


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Department of Dermatology, Kita-Harima Medical Center, 926-250 Ichiba-cho, Ono City, Hyogo 675-1392, Japan

Bullous pemphigoid (BP) generally presents as widespread blister formation (classic or generalized BP) [1]. In addition to classic BP, there are several variants of the condition, such as non-bullous BP [1, 2] and nodular BP [3]. Localized BP is a relatively rare variant of BP, in which the lesions develop only at localized sites [4]. The pathogenesis of localized BP is most likely similar to that of classic BP [5]. Here, we describe a unique case of localized BP, in which the patient developed localized [...]