Haemorrhagic pompholyx is a sign of bullous pemphigoid and an indication for low-dose prednisolone therapy.
- Three cases of bullous pemphigoid are described who presented with haemorrhagic pompholyx on their palms and soles. This feature may be an indication that only low-dose prednisolone therapy is required for control of the disease.
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