Bullous disease is an uncommon skin condition causing small to large, fluid-filled blisters.
○ Fewer than 20,000 US cases per year
○ Treatment can help, but this condition can't be cured
○ Requires a medical diagnosis
○ Lab tests always required
○ Chronic: can last for
years often resolving after 2-5 years.
An uncommon skin condition causing small to large, fluid-filled blisters. There can be multiple causes. Bullous pemphigoid is the most common of the bullous disorders and usually appears on the belly, chest, arms, legs, groin, or armpits. It may also occur in the mouth or eyes as sores. The risk of developing this condition increases with age and is very uncommon before age 50.