Isomorphic response | definition of isomorphic response by Medical dictionary
a response to trauma at sites of injury in previously uninvolved areas of patients with skin diseases such as psoriasis and lichen planus, typically with linear lesions at sites of scratching or a scar.
Köbner, H., German dermatologist, 1838-1904.
Köbner phenomenon - an isomorphic reaction seen in response to trauma in previously uninvolved sites of patients with skin diseases. Synonym(s): isomorphic response
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This is distinctly different from an isomorphic response
, also known as the Koebner phenomenon, which describes the development of the same disease at a site of damaged or traumatized skin.
It could probably correspond to a Koebner phenomenon or an isomorphic response
, referring to skin lesions appearing on lines of trauma for patients with autoimmune diseases.
The isomorphic response
, or Koebner's phenomenon, is characterized by the production of lesions at areas of trauma (i.