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Linear IgA deposits at the dermal-epidermal junction in chronic bullous disease of childhood.
|33, 34||Epidermolysis Bullosa; Other Vesiculobullous Disorders|
|35||Vesiculobullous and Erosive Diseases of the Newborn|
|Chapter 5-Blistering Skin Diseases|
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Test your diagnostic acumen with this review of interesting cases from this past week's signout.
What is the differential diagnosis for this cytologically bland but infiltrative spindle cell tumor of soft tissue which is beta-catenin positive?