A relapsing localized variant of neutrophilic dermatosis triggered by tissue injury.

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Neutrophilc dermatoses (ND) comprises a group of autoinflammatory disorders characterized by a neutrophilic-rich infiltrate in the skin. Based on their frequent overlapping features ND have been classified into three major groups: (1) superficial ND; (2) dermal ND, and (3) deep ND.1,2 ND are often associated with haematological malignancies and chronic inflammatory diseases.1,2 We report a striking localized form of relapsing ND.


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