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Epidermolysis bullosa, acquired

Symptoms of Epidermolysis bullosa, acquired

Treatments for Epidermolysis bullosa, acquired

  • Treatment revolves mainly around using medication to suppress the immune system and thus halt the autoimmune process
  • Medication: azathioprine, corticosteroids, colchicines, Dapsone, gold, IV immunoglobulin, mycophenolate mofetil
  • Treat any associated or underlying conditions
  • Minimize physical trauma to the skin
  • If the mouth is involved, the diet should be changed to minimize oral damage i.e. soft food, low acidity foods
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Causes of Epidermolysis bullosa, acquired

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Misdiagnosis and Epidermolysis bullosa, acquired

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Prognosis for Epidermolysis bullosa, acquired

Prognosis for Epidermolysis bullosa, acquired: The prognosis varies depending on which parts of the body are involved. Mucous membrane involvement tends to cause more problems. The condition usually goes through periods if improvement in symptoms and exacerbation of symptoms.

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