The linear IgA disease is a rare, blistering disease, which is different to the basement membrane of the Pemphigoidund bullous dermatitis herpetiformis by the linear IgA deposits. Linear IgA disease has two main clinical variants: the bullous disease of childhood and linear IgA disease in adults. Although they vary clinically in a small way, their immunofluorescence patterns are identical. IgA autoantibodies work specifically to several antigens in the dermal-epidermal junction….
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