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The authors present 3 exemplary entities which show paradigmatic clinico-pathological settings of infectious angiogenesis: Bacillary angiomatosis, orf (ecthyma contagiosum), and kaposi sarcoma . Diagnoses other than ecthyma contagiosum were eliminated by punch Biopsy . She subsequently developed a Generalized maculo-papular rash, which was initially thought to be an adverse drug reaction, but, on hindsight, may have been erythema multiforme associated with orf . ecthyma contagiosum is a zoonotic disease caused by the parapoxvirus that causes "sore mouth" in sheep and goats and orf in human . Negative-staining electron Microscopy (EM) is a fast and reliable diagnostic tool, but is not widely available .
Furthermore, it may be complicated by erythema multiforme, Stevens-Johnson syndrome, erysipelas, generalized mucocutaneous Eruption, toxic erythema, Eyelid Oedema and giant, Persistent or recurrent lesions in immunocompromised patients . Proper information and reassurance of the infected patient are very important . With the exception of ecthyma contagiosum (orf), similar small histiocytes were not found in other viral infections or in nonspecific ulcers of the skin . In cases of herpetic folliculitis, small histiocytes showed massive epidermotropism towards Hair follicle epithelium . The orf virus (responsible for ovine ecthyma contagiosum), however, has never been described as responsible for the profuse superinfection of an atopic eczema .
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