[UPDATED] Neutrophilic dermatosis of the hands: a bullous variant

Neutrophilic dermatosis of the hands is a localised variant of Sweet’s syndrome that was first reported in 1995. It causes lesions to appear on the back of the hands (dorsal), thumb or fingers, but sometimes on the palms (palmar). Occasionally, additional lesions can appear on other parts of the body. A possible distributional variant affecting the arms has also been reported. Read more @ helpforsweetssyndromeuk.wor...

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