Vacuolar interface dermatitis (VAC, also known as liquefaction degeneration, vacuolar alteration or hydropic degeneration) is a dermatitis where degenerative changes occur at the dermoepidermal junction, with lymphophatic inflammation at the epidermis and dermis. This change is frequently found in lupus erythematosis, erythema multiforme and lichen sclerosis.

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  • Vacuolar interface dermatitis (VAC, also known as liquefaction degeneration, vacuolar alteration or hydropic degeneration) is a dermatitis where degenerative changes occur at the dermoepidermal junction, with lymphophatic inflammation at the epidermis and dermis. This change is frequently found in lupus erythematosis, erythema multiforme and lichen sclerosis. (en)
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  • Vacuolar interface dermatitis (VAC, also known as liquefaction degeneration, vacuolar alteration or hydropic degeneration) is a dermatitis where degenerative changes occur at the dermoepidermal junction, with lymphophatic inflammation at the epidermis and dermis. This change is frequently found in lupus erythematosis, erythema multiforme and lichen sclerosis. (en)
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  • Vacuolar interface dermatitis (en)
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