1. Resembling pemphigus. ... 2. A disease resembling pemphigus but significantly distinguishable histologically (nonacantholytic) and clinically (generally benign course). ... Origin: G. Pemphix, blister, + eidos, resemblance ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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(pem´fĭ-goid) resembling pemphigus. any of a group of skin disorders similar to but clearly distinguishable from pemphigus. benign mucosal pemphigoid cicatricial pemphigoid. bullous pemphigoid a usually mild, relatively benign, self-limit...
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Pemphigoid is a group of uncommon and rare autoimmune blistering skin diseases. As its name indicates, pemphigoid is similar to pemphigus, but, unlike pemphigus, pemphigoid does not feature acantholysis. Pemphigoid is more common than pemphigus, and is slightly more common in women than in men. It is also more common in people over 60 years of age
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Type: Term Pronunciation: pem′fi-goyd Definitions: 1. Resembling pemphigus. 2. A disease resembling pemphigus but significantly distinguishable histologically (nonacantholytic) and clinically (generally benign course).
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