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dc.contributor.authorHerrera Barragán, Liliana
dc.contributor.authorEsquivel Areiza, Linda Jhoana
dc.contributor.authorMariño, María Liliana
dc.descriptionBullous morphea is an infrequent type of morphea, for this reason there is not much evidence on the literature about the best treatment for this condition. We introduce the case of a 10 years old child with a bullous morphea diagnosis; she was successfully treated with phototherapy, calcipotriene and superoxide dismutase.eng
dc.descriptionLa morfea ampollosa es un tipo infrecuente de morfea, por esta razón existe poca evidencia en la literatura acerca del mejor tratamiento para esta patología. Presentamos el caso de una niña de 10 años a quien se le realizó un diagnóstico de morfea ampollosa, y fue tratada exitosamente con fototerapia UVA-1, calcipotriol y superóxido
dc.description Morfea bolhosa é um tipo de morphea infreqüente, por isso não há muita evidência na literatura sobre o melhor tra­tamento para esta condição. Apresentamos o caso de uma criança de 10 anos com diagnóstico de morféia bolhosa; Ela foi tratada com sucesso com fototerapia, calcipotriol e superóxido-dismutasepor
dc.publisherUniversidad Militar Nueva Granadaspa
dc.rightsDerechos de autor 2016 Revista Medspa
dc.sourceRevista Med; Vol. 24 Núm. 1 (2016); 97-101spa
dc.titleBullous morpheaeng
dc.titleMorfea Ampollosa tratamiento exitoso con fototerapia UVA 1, calcipotriol y superóxido dismutasa tópico, reporte de un casospa
dc.titleMorfe de bullopor
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dc.subject.proposalBullous morpheaeng
dc.subject.proposalsuperoxide dismutaseeng
dc.subject.proposalMorfea ampollosaspa
dc.subject.proposalSuperoxido dismutasaspa
dc.subject.proposalMorfeta bolhosapor
dc.subject.proposalsuperóxido dismutasepor

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