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Ablagerungsdermatosen

  • W. N. Meigel
  • A. v. Stemm

Zusammenfassung

Unter Ablagerungsdermatosen versteht man eine Gruppe unterschiedlicher Erkrankungen, deren Gemeinsamkeit das Auftreten endogener und/oder exogener Substanzen in der Dermis oder Subkutis ist.

Synonym

generalisiertes Myxödem diffuse Myxodermie Myxoedema circumscriptum thyreoto-xicum Myxoedema circumscriptum symmetricum praetibiale Lichen myxoedematosus (papulöse Muzinose) Skleromyxödem Scleroedema adultorum Buschke. Siehe S. 462 REM-Syndrom plaqueartige kutane Muzinose Osteoma cutis 

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  • A. v. Stemm

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