- Gougerot's trilogy
- Gougerot's trisymptomatic disease
- trisymptôme de Gougerot (French)
- Gougerot-Howers-Sjögren syndrome
- Gougerot-Sjögren syndrome (Henrik Samuel Conrad)
A skin disease characterized by three principal symptoms: erythematous papular lesions, purpuric macules, and dermal or dermohypodermal nodules.
A skin disease characterized by three principal symptoms: erythematous papular lesions, purpuric macules, and dermal or dermohypodermal nodules. They occur most commonly on the legs and thighs, but other parts of the body may be affected.
Gougerot-Howers-Sjögren syndrome/ Gougerot-Sjøgren syndrome is a separate entity. See Sjögren's syndrome, under Henrik Samuel Conrad Sjögren, Swedish ophthalmologist, 1899-1986.
- H. Gougerot, et al:
Trisymptome atypique. Bulletin de la Société française de dermatologie et de syphiligraphie, Paris, 1951, 58: 386.
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