Job's syndrome

Job's syndrome

(jōbz)
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A diagnosis of Job's Syndrome (JS) or hyper-IgE syndrome was rendered.
A new case of Job's syndrome at the clinic: a diagnostic challenge.
RESULTS: Pyodermas clinical types (7) incidence--Of the 100 cases studied Impetigo 30% was the most commonest clinical type followed by Folliculitis (22%), Furunculosis (10%), Ecthyma (6%), Infected scabies (5%), Sycosisbarbae (5%), Erythrasma (5%), Cellulitis (3%), Infectious Eczematous Dermatitis (3%), Paronychia (3%), Carbuncle (2%), Periportis (2%), Infected wound (2%), Job's syndrome (1%), Pitted keratolysis (1%).
Job's syndrome affects fewer than one in a million people, with approximately 250 cases reported in research literature.