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The bullous pemphigoid is an autoinmune blistering skin disease predominantly seen in the elderly persons. It is a cronic disease characterised by periods of exacerbation and remission. Usually lesions are blisters localized at trunk and the flexor surfaces of the extremities and sometimes involves oral mucosa. The diagnosis is based on the combination of clinical, histologic and inmunopathologic findings. The standard treatment is topical o systemic glucocorticoids. We report a case of a 50 years old man with an extensive bullous pemphigoid.
Palabras clave : Bullous pemphigoid; Blistering disease.