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Figure 1: Representative bullous pemphigoid patients without the coincidence of neurodegenerative disorder (BP - ND) without an overt malignancy. (a) A middle-aged man with BP presenting itchy blisters on an erythematous base on the thigh and having ELISA anti-BP180 IgG >200 RU/mL, ELISA anti-BP230 IgG >200 RU/mL (cutoff = 20 RU/mL). (b) An octogenarian man with erythrodermic BP having ELISA anti-BP180 IgG >200 RU/ml, ELISA anti-BP230 IgG 73.713 RU/ml (cut-off 20 RU/ml) in whom histopathological examination revealed subepidermal blister with a mixed inflammatory infiltrate containing eosinophils underneath (hematoxylin and eosin staining, original objective magnification ×40)

Figure 1: Representative bullous pemphigoid patients without the coincidence of neurodegenerative disorder (BP - ND) without an overt malignancy. (a) A middle-aged man with BP presenting itchy blisters on an erythematous base on the thigh and having ELISA anti-BP180 IgG >200 RU/mL, ELISA anti-BP230 IgG >200 RU/mL (cutoff = 20 RU/mL). (b) An octogenarian man with erythrodermic BP having ELISA anti-BP180 IgG >200 RU/ml, ELISA anti-BP230 IgG 73.713 RU/ml (cut-off 20 RU/ml) in whom histopathological examination revealed subepidermal blister with a mixed inflammatory infiltrate containing eosinophils underneath (hematoxylin and eosin staining, original objective magnification ×40)