Use of collage dressing in pemphigus vulgaris: Novel approach
Keywords:Blister, Patient Discharge, Dermatology, Keratinocytes, Bandages, Informed Consent, Mucous Membrane
Introduction: Pemphigus vulgaris disease are blistering cutaneous and mucous membrane diseases linked to desmoglein 1 and 3 antigens. Even while the existence of autoantibodies is consistent with an autoimmune disease, the exact cause of this condition is yet unknown. These antibodies attack the keratinocyte adhesion proteins, causing blister development and acantholysis (disruption of the spinous layer that results in intraepidermal clefting). Since there are initially only oral lesions, there is a greater likelihood that the disease will be incorrectly diagnosed as another ailment, resulting in ineffective treatment. In sir T hospital one skin OPD is there. Case: A middle-aged lady admitted dermatology department in sir T hospital Bhavnagar, Gujarat for recent exacerbation. She was suffering from pemphigus vulgaris for one year. She was conscious and cooperative. Conclusion: After informed consent collagen application done. Collagen application and regular dressing heal the wound and she successfully recovered and discharge from dermatology department, sir T hospital Bhavnagar. Collagen application should use for treatment of pemphigus vulgaris
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