Wells’ Syndrome Presenting as a Noninfectious Bullous Cellulitis in a Child

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Address correspondence to Jeannette Hudgens, M.D., 378 East Shoreline Dr., North Augusta, SC 29841, or e-mail: jennidawg@yahoo.com.

Abstract

Abstract:  Wells’ syndrome is a rare disease that is even more uncommon in childhood. This case report illustrates the potential devastating extent of the disease and highlights the unusual presentation of bullae in a child. It is imperative to consider Wells’ syndrome in patients with presumed cellulitis and eosinophilia who fail to respond to antibiotics.

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