Jul 21, 1977

On eosinophilic hepatopathy in eosinophilic reticular hyperplasia of the skin (author's transl)

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G W Korting, P Schramm


An eosinophilic pattern of hepatopathy is described and discussed in a female patient with atopic eczema and with eosinophilic reticular hyperplasia of the skin (combined with marked blood eosinophilia). Contrary to the hitherto known opinion a participation of intern organs in the case of reticular hyperplasia seems to be possible.

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Reticular Dysgenesis
Dermatitis, Atopic
Disorder Characterized by Eosinophilia
Eosinophilic Disorder
Liver Diseases
Liver Dysfunction

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