Phemphigus Vulgaris

Neha Bansal
Phemphigus Vulgaris - Differential Diagnosis
Stevens-Johnson syndrome, aphthous stomatitis,herpes simplex virus infection, impetigo, contact dermatitis, Behcet's disease

Perilesional or oral mucosal biopsy. IgG or complement detection by immunoflorescence in intercellular cells of epidermis. (1) ELISA for antibodies to Dsg-1 & Dsg-3 is now available. (2)

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