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  • Clinico-Pathological Study of 4 Cases of Pseudoherpetic Grover Disease: The Same as Vesicular Grover Disease. [Journal Article]
  • AJAm J Dermatopathol 2018; 40(6):445-448
  • Capusan TM, Herrero-Moyano M, … Llamas-Velasco M
  • CONCLUSIONS: Vesicular pattern in GD is described exclusively from a histopathological point of view, and it is defined as the presence of an intraepidermal vesicle filled with plasma and with dyskeratotic cells in the upper part of the vesicle. After reviewing all the described cases, pseudoherpetic GD presents the same histopathological features than vesicular GD, but authors paid attention to the presence of grouped acantholytic cells mimicking multinucleated cells of herpes infection. The authors consider that the so-called pseudoherpetic GD is a vesicular GD, where clinical suspicion of varicella raises this differential diagnosis and leads us to check viral nuclear cytopathic changes, and the authors favor the use of vesicular GD in the dermatopathologist report.
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