Granulomatöse Hauterkrankungen

  • P. Höger


Granulome sind chronisch-entzündliche Gewebereaktionen auf infektiöse, allergische oder andere Stimuli. Im Kindesalter am häufigsten ist das Granuloma nulare.


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