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What is Mucha-Habermann syndrome?

What is Mucha-Habermann syndrome?

  • Mucha-Habermann syndrome: A rare skin disorder characterized by recurring skin lumps, blisters and bleeding under the skin.

Mucha-Habermann syndrome: Introduction

Types of Mucha-Habermann syndrome:

Broader types of Mucha-Habermann syndrome:

Who gets Mucha-Habermann syndrome?

Gender Ratio for Mucha-Habermann syndrome: male 70%

How serious is Mucha-Habermann syndrome?

Prognosis of Mucha-Habermann syndrome: in chronic cases, scaling lasts for 3-4 weeks and may recur for years

What causes Mucha-Habermann syndrome?

Causes of Mucha-Habermann syndrome: see causes of Mucha-Habermann syndrome

What are the symptoms of Mucha-Habermann syndrome?

Symptoms of Mucha-Habermann syndrome: see symptoms of Mucha-Habermann syndrome

Onset of Mucha-Habermann syndrome: adolescence or adulthood

Mucha-Habermann syndrome: Testing

Misdiagnosis: see misdiagnosis and Mucha-Habermann syndrome.

How is it treated?

Doctors and Medical Specialists for Mucha-Habermann syndrome: Dermatologist ; see also doctors and medical specialists for Mucha-Habermann syndrome.
Treatments for Mucha-Habermann syndrome: see treatments for Mucha-Habermann syndrome

Name and Aliases of Mucha-Habermann syndrome

Main name of condition: Mucha-Habermann syndrome

Other names or spellings for Mucha-Habermann syndrome:

parapsoriasis guttata, parapsoriasis varioliformis, pityriasis lichenoides-varioliformis, varicelliform parapsoriasis, lymphomatoid papulosis

 

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