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In 50% of cases it is idiopathic.
Associations with pyoderma gangrenosum include:
- inflammatory bowel disease
- RA/SLE/ank spond
- lymphoma/leukaemia/myeloproliferative disorders
- primary biliary sclerosis/sclerosing chloangitis
- thyroid problems
- Wegeners granulomatosis
Treatment includes high dose oral steroids.
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