hi i am looking for abit of help i have skin lesions the drs thought it was pyoderma gangernosum but after been treated for 7 yrs for it they have now said it isnt and have no clue on what it is the call it a mystery skin disease which they can not treat and i just have to live with it they are real sore and i need to be on morphine for pain after the blister goes the tissue dies and goes gangrene
Although bullous disease of diabetes lesions often heal without significant scarring, they may be recurrent and also may lead to ulceration. There have also been reports of osteomyelitis arising at a site of bullous disease of diabetes
Tunuguntla A, Patel KN, Peiris AN, Zakaria WN. Bullosis diabeticorum associated with osteomyelitis. Tenn Med. Nov 2004;97(11):503-4. [Medline].
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