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AbstarctPemphigus vulgaris is an autoimmune disease characterized by fluid-filled blisters over body and mucosal surfaces. Localized pemphigus is a rare presentation of the disease. There are few reports of localized pemphigus in literature presenting as esophageal involvement, recurrent paronychia, conjunctival mass, foot ulcers, discoloration of toes with hyperkeratotic skin lesions, verrucous lesions, and dyshidrosiform pemphigus vulgaris. We present a case of dyshidrosiform pemphigusdoi:10.1055/s-0040-1713184 fatcat:jyhp2zbshnb7lalwg2xe7lw3ym