Pemphigus vulgaris is rare in childhood,Dr. Jeffrey Callen said.Boy tested positive for pemphigus antibodies on direct immunofluorescence and the indirect immunofluorescence was greater than 1:640. His chest x-ray was normal.
“If you look at these kinds of data sets across almost all diseases, the incidence seems to increase over time. It’s probably an issue of chronic diseases being picked up over time.”
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