Zur Ultrastruktur der spongiformen Pustel

  • M. Rupec
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Zusammenfassung

Es wird die Ultrastruktur der spongiformen Pustel bei der Psoriasis pustulosa beschrieben. Als primäre Erscheinung bei der Entstehung dieser Pustel ist die Cytolyse zu werten. Sie beginnt in der perinucleären Zone der Keratinocyten des oberen Str. spinosum und Str. granulosum. Die Penetration von Leukocyten erfolgt erst sekundär.

Die Wichtigkeit dieser Befunde, insbesondere im Hinblick auf die Psoriasis vulgaris, wurde diskutiert.

The ultrastructure of the spongiforme pustule

Summary

The ultrastructure of the spongiforme pustule in psoriasis pustulosa is described. Cytolysis can be regarded as the primary event in the formation of this pustule. It begins in the perinuclear zone of keratinocytes in the upper stratum spinosum and stratum granulosum. The penetration of leucocytes is secondary.

The importance of these results, particularly with regard to psoriasis vulgaris, is discussed.

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  • M. Rupec
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  1. 1.Dermatologische Klinik und Poliklinik der Philipps-Universität Marburg a. d. LahnMarburg a. d. LahnDeutschland

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