Anetoderma is a benign condition characterized by round or oval macular lesions with focal loss of dermal elastic tissue resulting in localized areas of flaccid or herniated saclike skin. Often, the anetoderma is associated with immuno-mediated pathogenetic mechanism. In this article, we describe the association between anetoderma and autoimmune diseases, by underlining the role and the action of macrophages as a possible etiopathogenesis.

ANETODERMA: EVIDENCE OF THE RELATIONSHIP WITH AUTOIMMUNE DISEASE AND A POSSIBLE ROLE OF MACROPHAGES IN THE ETIOPATHOGENESIS / Persechino, Severino; Caperchi, C.; Cortesi, G.; Persechino, F.; Raffa, Salvatore; Pucci, E.; Tammaro, Antonella; Torrisi, Maria Rosaria. - In: INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF IMMUNOPATHOLOGY AND PHARMACOLOGY. - ISSN 0394-6320. - 24:4(2011), pp. 1075-1077.

ANETODERMA: EVIDENCE OF THE RELATIONSHIP WITH AUTOIMMUNE DISEASE AND A POSSIBLE ROLE OF MACROPHAGES IN THE ETIOPATHOGENESIS

PERSECHINO, Severino;F. Persechino;RAFFA, SALVATORE;TAMMARO, Antonella;TORRISI, Maria Rosaria
2011

Abstract

Anetoderma is a benign condition characterized by round or oval macular lesions with focal loss of dermal elastic tissue resulting in localized areas of flaccid or herniated saclike skin. Often, the anetoderma is associated with immuno-mediated pathogenetic mechanism. In this article, we describe the association between anetoderma and autoimmune diseases, by underlining the role and the action of macrophages as a possible etiopathogenesis.
anetoderma; autoimmune diseases; electron microscopy; macrophages
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ANETODERMA: EVIDENCE OF THE RELATIONSHIP WITH AUTOIMMUNE DISEASE AND A POSSIBLE ROLE OF MACROPHAGES IN THE ETIOPATHOGENESIS / Persechino, Severino; Caperchi, C.; Cortesi, G.; Persechino, F.; Raffa, Salvatore; Pucci, E.; Tammaro, Antonella; Torrisi, Maria Rosaria. - In: INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF IMMUNOPATHOLOGY AND PHARMACOLOGY. - ISSN 0394-6320. - 24:4(2011), pp. 1075-1077.
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