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Erythematosquamöse Erkrankungen

  • P. Höger

Zusammenfassung

Das Leitsymptom der erythematosquamosen Erkrankungen, zu denen die (häufige) Psoriasis, die (relativ häufigen) Erkrankungen der Parapsoriasisgruppe sowie die (seltene) Pityriasis rubra pilaris zählen, sind scharf begrenzte, schuppende Plaques.

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