Abstract

Gardner-Diamond’s Syndrome: Literature review

Gardner Diamond’s Syndrome is a rare autoimmune vasculopathy of little known etiology. It consists of outbreaks of painful atraumatic ecchymotic lesions in any part of the body, particularly in the lower limbs and thorax of young women, associated to the appearance of psychiatric imbalance or disorders, suggesting emotional distress as the main trigger and perpetuator of such lesions.


Author(s):

Juliana Vega Miranda, Basilio Vagner



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