Hajar MoataIbn Rochd university hospital of casablanca, Morocco
Title: Recalcitrant Paraneoplastic Pemphigus Associated With Prostate Adenocarcinoma: Spectacular Evolution Under Androgen Deprivation
Paraneoplastic pemphigus is a rare autoimmune blistering dermatosis, associating erosive stomatitis, polymorphic rash and neoplasia, known or revealed at the time of PNP diagnosis. Cases of PNP associated with solid cancer are extremely rare. The association with prostate adenocarcinoma remains exceptional. We report an anusual case of recalcitrant paraneoplastic pemphigus revealing a prostatic adenocarcinoma, rapidly regressing after associating hormonotherapy with conventional immunosuppressive therapy suggesting the efficiency of androgen deprivation as an adjuvant therapy of PNP in men presenting an underlying prostatic adenocarcinoma.
Moata Hajar has graduated at the age of 25 years from faculty of medicine and pharmacy of Casablanca (medical doctor), Morocco. In 2020,She started residency in the department of dermatology venerology. Ibn Rochd university hospital. Casablanca. Morocco. In the past three years, She has over 25 publications (international congress)and 15 publications (national congress). She has been serving as an reviewer of several reputed journals.