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Premium Report of Eight Infants with Acute Infantile Hemorrhagic Edema and Review of the Literature
Çaksen Hüseyin,
Odabaş Dursun,
Kösem Mustafa,
Arslan Şükrü,
Öner Ahmet Faik,
Ataş Bülent,
Akçay Gürbüz,
Ceylan Nesrin
Publication year2002
Publication title
the journal of dermatology
Resource typeJournals
PublisherJapanese Dermatological Association
Abstract Acute infantile hemorrhagic edema (AIHE) is a cutaneous leukocytoclastic vasculitis, clinically characterized by the symptom triad of fever, large purpuric skin lesions, and edema. The clinical picture has a violent onset, a short benign course, and spontaneous complete recovery. In this article, we present eight patients who were admitted with rashes on the skin and edema on the eyelids and extremities, and were diagnosed with AIHE according to their clinical and histopathological features (immunohistological study was also performed in three of them). Our purpose was to emphasize that, aside from Henoch‐Schönlein purpura, meningococcemia, septicemia, and purpura fulminans, AIHE benign disorder should also be considered in the differential diagnosis to determine the clinical course and treatment protocol in patients with purpuric rashes.
Subject(s)biology , dermatology , differential diagnosis , disease , ecology , edema , leukocytoclastic vasculitis , medicine , pathology , purpura (gastropod) , purpura fulminans , surgery , vasculitis
SCImago Journal Rank0.9

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