Pemphigus foliaceus



pemphigus foliaceus pemphigus fo·li·a·ce·us (fō’lē-ā’shē-əs, -sē-əs)
n.
Chronic pemphigus in which extensive scaling dermatitis, with no perceptible blistering, may be present in addition to the bullae.

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