Pemphigus erythematosus

pemphigus erythematosus pemphigus er·y·the·ma·to·sus (ěr’ə-thē’mə-tō’səs, -thěm’ə-)
A skin eruption marked by scaling blisters and patches on scalp, face, and trunk.


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