2016, Number 3
Dermatología Cosmética, Médica y Quirúrgica 2016; 14 (3)
Aldama CA, Aquino N, Martínez L, Rivelli V, Mendoza G, Celías L, Irrazábal J
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ABSTRACTWe present two cases of linear iga dermatosis in children with clinical and evolutionary aspects different. The first case meets the usual characteristics of the disease also known as chronic blistering disease of childhood, with rapid response to dapsone.
The second case with clinical manifestations of quick installation which require differential diagnoses as Stevens-Johnson syndrome, and with a torpid course that required the use of multiple drugs to control the disease, leaving scars that are reminiscent of the mucosal pemphigoid.