Case Report

Livedoid Vasculopathy with Behçet Disease


  • Zehra Vatansever
  • Aysenur Paç Kısaarslan
  • Betül Sözeri
  • Zübeyde Gündüz
  • Ruhan Düşünsel
  • Hakan Poyrazoğlu
  • Kemal Deniz

Received Date: 11.08.2015 Accepted Date: 11.08.2015 J Pediatr Res 2016;3(2):120-122

Livedoid vasculopathy is a rarely encountered disease. A 15-year-old girl presented with painful ulcerations, porcelain-white atrophic scars of the malleolar region and dorsal aspect of the feet, livedo reticularis on the limbs. Arthralgia was an accompanying complaint and she was overwhelmed by oral ulcers and folliculitis. Also she had family history for Behçet disease. By analyzing the case mentioned above, a rarely encountered vasculitis form of Behçet disease has been emphasized.

Keywords: Vasculitis, child, Behçet disease

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