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Skin and dermatology

Dermatology-related clinical indications

Skin indications

Aside from the well-known indication of Pemphigus vulgaris, which is treated with therapeutic apheresis techniques, there is sustained and rising interest in IgE-related skin diseases as new candidates for extracorporeal cleaning. The indication of atopic dermatitis is of key interest here, a condition where patients may benefit from the use of adsorption for the purposes of IgE removal.


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