Day #37 Bull Doesn’t React to White
Bullous pemphigoid is an acquired blistering disease leading to separation at the epidermal basement membrane. It is usually seen in patients 60-80 years old. Unlike pemphigus vulgaris, Bullous Pemphigoid has a negative Nikolsky’s sign and therefore has stable blisters. The Nikolsky’s sign is the ability to produce a blister by rubbing the skin adjacent to a natural blister.