A case of autoerythrocyte sensitization syndrome is reported. This syndrome most often appears in young women who have an underlying emotional disorder; features include bizarre, tender ecchymotic lesions, which are most commonly located on the arms and legs. Systemic symptoms often accompany the onset of these lesions. A diagnosis of autoerythrocyte sensitization syndrome may be made in a patient who has the typical history and clinical picture of the syndrome and in whom a skin test with use of the patient's blood reveals a positiye reaction.
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