Vacuolar interface dermatitis

What is Vacuolar interface dermatitis?

It is a histopathological finding seen after taking skin biopsy. Vacuolar interface dermatitis is a term used for degeneration seen at the junction of the two skin layers that is between epidermis and dermis.

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What drug will cause lichenoid photo dermatitis skin reactions?

Lichenoid photo dermatitis looks like round circles all over my body and they itch....

doctor1 MD

Brief Answer:
A photo of the affected lichenoid dermatitis is needed

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Hi my dear,

I understand your concern.

Can you please provide...

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I recently had a biopsy performed and this was the result on my lab:"Vacuolar Interface Dermatitis. The histological differential diagnosis...

doctor1 MD

Thanks for your quetion on HCM.
Vacuolar interface dermatitis can be seen in SLE (lupus) and dermatomyocitis.
Both are connective tissue disease....

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left face: Subtle features but suggestive of interface dermatitis (vacuolar type) with superficial and deep lymphohistiocytic inflammation (and...

doctor1 MD

Dear Sir,

It is more suggestive of drug eruptions but still the possibility of Lupus still exists.

Dr. Shruti

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