Pyoderma vegetans (PV) is a very rare, chronic skin disease, which is identified by significant exudative, verrucous plaques with distinct and elevated margins.
6,9,10) Herein, we report the first case of longstanding pyoderma vegetans in terms of age and location in a child with primary immunodeficiency.
According to the above mentioned clinical features (9) and pathological findings the definite diagnosis of pyoderma vegetans was applied.
To the best of our knowledge, this is the first report of pyoderma vegetans in terms of age and location.
Although eosinophilia is an important support for the diagnosis of pyoderma vegetans, but this amount of eosinophilia (up 35% of the white blood cell count) is the first time to be reported in the literature.
Pyoderma vegetans associated with severe psoriatic arthritis: good response to etanercept.
Pyoderma vegetans associated with ulcerative colitis: a case with good response to steroids.