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Fulminans in dermatology: a call to action: a recommendation for consideration of the term scleredema fulminans.

The term fulminans is used infrequently in dermatology, being reserved for those cases of rapid onset with potentially severe sequelae or those that are life-threatening, thereby warranting urgent intervention. In this commentary, the authors propose that the term scleredema fulminans be utilized in severe, progressive cases of scleredema adultorum of Buschke presenting with rapid onset.

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