Age and Gender: first decade, more common to males
Clinical features: tense vesicles or bullae at different stages of evolution, on normal or erythematous base, “cluster of jewels” pattern of distribution
Predilection Sites: perigenital area, extremities, face
Pruritus: mild to intense
Among diagnostic procedures:  direct immunofluorescence from perilesional skin is the gold standard, linear IgA deposition along the basement membrane being the typical finding
Treatment: dapsone if possible
Prognosis: recurrences are frequent, remission expected in 2 - 5 years
Table 2: A clinician’s algorithm for Chronic Bullous Disease of Childhood.