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Acrodermatitis chronic atrophicans and sclerodermiform skin changes in Borrelia infection.

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Abstract

A female patient with acrodermatitis chronica atrophicans and widespread sclerodermiform skin lesions with a high IgG antibody titer against Borrelia burgdorferi is presented. The rapid improvement after high-dose penicillin G therapy and the course of the Borrelia antibody titer suggest a persistence of the causative organism.

Hautarzt. 1988 Oct;39(10):647-51. Case Reports; English Abstract

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