Epidermolysis bullosa acquisita
- Blisters around the eyes and nose.
- Blisters in or around the mouth and throat, causing feeding problems or swallowing difficulty.
- Blisters on the skin as a result of minor injury or temperature change.
- Blistering that is present at birth.
- Dental problems such as tooth decay.
- Hoarse cry, cough, or other breathing problems.
- Tiny white bumps or pimples (milia).
- Nail loss or deformed nails.
- Linear IgA disease.
- Porphyria cutanea tarda.
- Dermatitis herpetiformis.
- Contact dermatitis.
- Drug eruption.
- Bullous systemic lupus erythematosus.
- Direct immunofluorescence onnormal-appearing perilesional skin.
- Indirect immunofluorescence usingthe patient's serum on a salt-splitnormal skin substrate.
- Genetic testing.
- Upper endoscopy or an upper GI series if there are swallowing or feeding difficulties.
- Proper nutrition is also important. When you have a lot of skin injury, you may need extra calories and protein to help you recover. Work closely with a nutritionist. If you have blisters or complications in the mouth or esophagus, avoid eating hard or brittle foods such as pretzels, nuts, and chips. Eating soft foods can help prevent making the sores worse.
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