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BOF: 44

A 50-year-old male presents with oral ulceration, and flaccid blisters on the skin especially the trunk. The blisters are sore but not itchy and they rapidly denude leaving weeping, erythematous erosions. Gentle sliding pressure on the blisters makes them extend. In this condition:

a)      Low dose steroids are effective in controlling formation of new blisters

b)      Local steroids are effective in controlling the disease

c)      Long term tetracycline is effective treatment

d)      Gold may be effective therapy in steroid resistant patients

e)      Dapsone is effective on controlling the disease

 

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