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Redefining Rowell's syndrome

N C Zeitouni, D Funaro, R A Cloutier, E Gagné, J Claveau
British Journal of Dermatology 2000, 142 (2): 343-6
Rowell's syndrome is believed to be a distinct and rare clinical entity originally described as lupus erythematosus associated with erythema multiforme-like lesions with immunological findings of speckled antinuclear antibodies, anti-La antibodies and a positive test for rheumatoid factor. We report two additional patients with Rowell's syndrome and review all the diagnostic criteria found in the literature. In view of the inconsistent findings of some of the diagnostic features, we propose that major and minor criteria be used to diagnose Rowell's syndrome.

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