A patergia é um fenômeno que ocorre em aproximadamente 30% dos pacientes com PG. Caracterizase pelo surgimento de lesão cutânea idêntica clínica e. diagnóstico de PG es por exclusión, los hallazgos histopatológicos no son específicos y los datos de la historia clínica pueden sugerir el fenómeno de patergia. Si es correcta la traducción: fenómeno de patergia (para hablar del fenómeno inmunológico cuya inflamación se puede ver tras rasguños.

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