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    Vacuolar interface dermatitis with subepidermal cleft formation and scattered eosinopils
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    dawnflies6 posted:
    I had broke out in a sever rash 4 yrs ago. Arms and legs became very painful. I also had it on my scalp. I didn't know what had happened. We had been camping at a higher elevation in triple digit weather for a couple days. Got home and I itched like crazy then red spots that peeled. Pretty soon I had more dead skin than healthy skin. Went to the Dermatologist and he did a two biopsies came back that this is what I had. "VACUOLAR INTERFACE DERMATITIS W/SUBEPIDERMAL CLEFT FORMATION AND SCATTERED EOSINOPHILS. SUPERFICIAL DERMAL FIBROSIS/SCAR.
    tHAT IS WAT THE DIAGNOSIS'S ARE.

    It also says associated with subepidermal cleft formation and fibrosis of the underlying dermis. Focal dermal mucin deposition is present. The differential diagnosis includes connective tissue disease versus a drug reaction versus a persistant viral reaction.

    I have noticed that stress, is a factor along with the sun. Plus I am on some meds that don't mix with the sun. I am in the middle of a flare up right now and I am so tired of finding blood all over the place. On my shirt sleeves, pillow case and sheets.

    I get this on my knees also mainly after I am on them when I do gardening or sometimes mopping and waxing floors.
    Any solutions. I do have a medicated cream that starts with a Tri. something.


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