There is a wide spectrum of clinical manifestations in parvovirus B19 infection of which cutaneous involvement is the most frequent one. Although most of these are self-limiting conditions, there are numerous syndromes and autoimmune diseases in which parvovirus B19 is postulated as a triggering factor, given its ability to induce the production of various autoantibodies and promote the presentation of autoantigens to T cells. This review describes the spectrum of cutaneous manifestations of parvovirus B19 infection and the evidence supporting its association with each of them. We propose a new classification of different diseases with cutaneous manifestations linked to parvovirus B19, based on the amount and quality of available evidence in the literature. Hasta la fecha no existen estudios que hayan demostrado su rol en el desarrollo de estas enfermedades. En un estudio de 1.
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Skip to search form Skip to main content You are currently offline. Some features of the site may not work correctly. El sindrome de Gianotti-Crosti, tambien llamado acrodermatitis papular de la infancia, es un exantema infrecuente de la infancia, que se presenta generalmente en ninos entre 1 y 6 anos de edad. Dado que estos pacientes generalmente son llevados a su pediatra, es fundamental el conocimiento de las caracteristicas de este sindrome.
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Papular purpuric gloves and socks syndrome. Presentation of a clinical case. Sevilla 4 Dermatologist. Hospital Comarcal. Papular-Purpuric Glove-and-Sock Syndrome is a rare, infectious disease, of viral etiology, characterized by the presence of pruritus, edema and symmetrical erythema, very well defined at the wrists and ankles with a gloves-and-socks distribution. Other areas can be affected, with a moderate erythema appearing in cheeks, elbows, knees, armpits, abdomen, groin, external genitalia, internal face of the thighs and the buttocks.
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