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Chronic Non-hereditary Blistering Disease of Childhood

Subepidermal blistering disease which is clinically frequently indistinguishable from bullous pemphigoid and dermatitis herpetiformis and which may represent a distinct entity or an aberrant form of dermatitis herpetiformis or of bullous pemphigoid. Its onset occurs most frequently during the pre-school years. Large, tense, clear or haemorrhagic bullae arise on the face, scalp, lower part of the trunk, buttocks and legs. Pruritus may be present. The disorder resolves spontaneously after several months to 3 years.

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