Neutrophilic dermatosis

The neutrophilic dermatoses are a gathering of clutters described by skin sores for which histologic examination uncovers serious epidermal, dermal, or hypodermal invades made fundamentally out of neutrophils with no confirmation of disease or genuine vasculitis  Characterization of the neutrophilic dermatoses depends on the acknowledgment of clinical and pathologic elements, and additionally the distinguishing proof of related infection. Contingent upon the confusion, sores might be limited or across the board. Extracutaneous contribution might be available at times. The pathogenesis of neutrophilic dermatoses is obscure. It is trusted that these clutters speak to a condition of changed immunologic reactivity. Reliable with this theory is the perception that neutrophilic dermatoses for the most part react to systemic glucocorticoids and other immunomodulatory treatments.

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