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Oral Pemphigus Vulgaris After Chilean Earthquake

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Oral Pemphigus Vulgaris After Chilean Earthquake

César Rivera et al. Pan Afr Med J.


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Keywords: Oral pemphigus vulgaris; chile; earthquake.


Figure 1
Figure 1
Asymmetric ulcerations with surrounding erythema on the patient's soft palate (A). Ulceration on the left cheek extended (B). Affected right cheek (C). Epithelial multilayered tissue with papillary hyperplasia. Suprabasilar separation (intraepithelial vesicle) which non adherent spinous cells floating in blister fluid (Tzanck cells)(D). The basal layer is seen attached to the underlying connective tissue without interrupts. (E) Connective tissue having an area of intense infiltrated inflammatory mononuclear and abundant vascular spaces with high congestion of erythrocytes (E).

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