chronic bullous dermatosis of childhood

chron·ic bul·lous der·ma·to·sis of child·hood

a rare, self-limiting bullous disease, chiefly of the trunk, perioral, and pelvic areas, with onset in the first decade, successively less severe recurrences, and total remission at adolescence; linear epidermal basement membrane zone deposit of IgA is found in involved and in normal skin.
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chronic bullous dermatosis of childhood

Linear IgA dermatosis.
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