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Garrett S J - - 1992
Seven human immunodeficiency virus-(HIV) positive patients with biopsy proved extensive facial molluscum contagiosum were treated with trichloroacetic acid peels. Peels were performed with 25 to 50% trichloroacetic acid (average 35%) and were repeated every 2 weeks as needed. A total of 15 peels were performed with an average reduction in ...
Matturri L L Institute of Pathology, University of Milan, - - 1992
Forty-two patients operated on by skin expansion have been contacted after a mean time of 25 months from the last surgery. Two biopsies have been taken from the expanded area of each patient. In 12 patients it has been possible to obtain a similar sampling from the opposite, nonexpanded area ...
Brennan P - - 1992
Two methods have been proposed to quantify the extent of skin involvement in scleroderma. These are (1) a scoring system which quantifies and summates this severity rating in 17 areas of skin surface and (2) a method estimating the percentage of skin involvement using a shaded manikin. We report on ...
Rogers H S - - 1992
Of 211 patients with urethral strictures undergoing one-stage dartos pedicled island patch urethroplasty between 1970 and 1987, 194 have been followed up from 3 to 20 years. There was 1 post-operative death (from hepatitis). During the period of follow-up, strictures recurred in 14 patients (7%), some of them as late ...
Katoh K - - 1992
Four patients with connective tissue disease who had been suffering from severe Raynaud's phenomenon were treated with an intravenous infusion of prostaglandin E1 (PGE1) and its effectiveness was assessed by thermography and a questionnaire approach. PGE1 in a lipid microsphere formulation (lipo-PGE1) produced a significantly greater increase in lesional skin ...
Stein D J - - 1992
BACKGROUND: There is some overlap in the phenomenology and treatment response of trichotillomania, Gilles de la Tourette's syndrome (TS), and obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD). Neuroleptics may play a role in the treatment of TS as well as refractory OCD, and the question arises whether this also holds for trichotillomania. METHOD: ...
Schäfer T - - 1992
The aim of this study was to compare the efficacy and safety of a monomethoxypolyethylene glycol (mPEG) modified grass pollen mix allergen preparation (mPEG-gm) and a partly purified grass pollen mix allergen preparation (gm) in hyposensitization (HS), evaluating both products at two dose levels. Thirty adult patients with allergic rhinoconjunctivitis ...
Rushton D H - - 1992
OBJECT: To evaluate the treatment with cyproterone acetate and ethinyl oestradiol of diffuse androgen-dependent alopecia in women. DESIGN: Twenty women were treated for a period of 12 months in a reverse sequential regimen employing cyproterone acetate (CPA, 50 mg once daily from Day 5 to Day 15) and ethinyl oestradiol ...
Graham B - - 1992
The lateral arm flap is a reliable and versatile free tissue transfer. However, the donor and recipient sites may produce an assortment of relatively minor complaints in a large proportion of patients. 109 (89%) out of 123 lateral arm flaps performed over a seven-year period were reviewed an average of ...
Werth V P - - 1992
BACKGROUND: A small percentage of patients with alopecia areata have connective diseases such as systemic lupus erythematosus, discoid lupus erythematosus, rheumatoid arthritis, and scleroderma. Lupus erythematosus is associated with a number of different types of alopecia, but the incidence of alopecia areata in lupus erythematosus has not been examined. OBSERVATIONS: ...
van der Steen P H - - 1992
Within a group of 139 patients previously studied during treatment for alopecia areata with diphenylcyclopropenone (DCP), hair growth was re-evaluated after a period of 19 months following completion of our previous study. Fifty-four patients treated with DCP had total and 6 had partial but cosmetically acceptable regrowth. Twenty-five patients with ...
Jekler J - - 1992
Fourteen patients suffering from atopic dermatitis under treatment with UVB radiation were subjected to aerobic bacterial cultures in order to investigate whether this ultraviolet waveband has any in vivo germicidal effects, and, if so, whether there is a correlation with clinical improvement. Treatments were given 3 times a week for ...
Nfi A N - - 1992
The trial with Ivomec as a treatment against sarcoptic mange in rabbits gave very encouraging results. There was 100% clinical recovery in 31 rabbits that were treated with no cases of reinfestation. Even though there was no significant difference (P > 0.05) in weight gain between the treated and untreated ...
Jimenez S A - - 1991
A 15-year (1973-1988) prospective study was conducted to determine the effectiveness of D-penicillamine (D-pen) in the treatment of rapidly progressive systemic sclerosis (SSc) of recent onset. Sixty-nine consecutive patients fulfilling strict criteria for rapidly progressive diffuse SSc of less than 18 months of duration were enrolled. Sixty received at least ...
Timonen K - - 1991
Five patients with porphyria cutanea tarda (PCT) were treated with a prolonged, low-dose chloroquine regimen (250 mg twice weekly). Their skin symptoms disappeared, and the abnormal urinary porphyrin excretion normalized during treatment periods ranging from 6 to 17 (mean 11.8) months. The morphology of the skin was studied by light ...
Pacqué M - - 1991
PURPOSE: Skin disease is the most common clinically important manifestation of onchocerciasis. Ivermectin, a newly available drug, is well tolerated and effective in Onchocerca volvulus infection. However, little information is available regarding its effect on onchocercal skin disease. The purpose of this study was to examine, in patients with well-characterized ...
Silver J R - - 1991
The sweat responses of nine patients with physiologically complete lesions of the spinal cord (six cervical and three thoracic) were recorded by two different techniques while the patients were exposed to elevated environmental temperatures. Oral temperatures, heart rate and respiration were monitored throughout the observational periods. Oral temperature invariably rose ...
Chang C H - - 1991
To understand the clinical characteristics of trichotillomania, 36 patients were investigated at the psychocutaneous special clinic from February 1982 to October 1990. There were 16 males and 20 females. The most prominent age was found in a group of 23 (63.9%) elementary school children, and in regards to the age ...
Goddio A S - - 1991
I identified 500 suction lipectomy procedures involving sites on the body and in the cervicofacial region in 458 selected patients and studied the influence of treatment site on postoperative skin retraction by comparing preoperative and postoperative skin condition. Postoperative skin condition was evaluated first in the immediate postoperative period (second ...
De Lacharriére O - - 1990
The systemic long-term corticosteroid treatment administered to kidney graft recipients (KGR) within the framework of the required immunosuppressive therapy induces an atrophy of the skin, from the sixth month onwards. We studied the effect of topical all-trans retinoic acid (0.05%; Galderma Labs.) applied to the forearms of 27 KGR (14 ...
Chick L R LR Department of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, University of Massachusetts Medical School, - - 1990
Hydrofluoric acid is used extensively as an industrial cleaning agent for metals and glass. Many workers are injured by cutaneous contact of the acid with exposed skin surfaces, particularly hands. Hydrofluoric acid burns are characterized by delayed onset of symptomatology with skin ulceration, and severe pain may be of extended ...
Ellis C N - - 1990
We performed a 22-month trial of topical tretinoin (retinoic acid) in the treatment of photoaging. Thirty patients participated in a 4-month, randomized, blinded, vehicle-controlled study that has been reported previously; 21 patients continued tretinoin therapy on an open-label basis, participating in the study for a total of 10 months, and ...
Magee K L - - 1990
Eleven patients with alopecia areata, ranging from patchy disease to alopecia universalis, were treated with intralesional interferon alfa-2 on a selected area of alopecia. Follow-up at 3 months revealed local terminal hair growth in one patient. At 12 months, variable disease activity was seen. Regional lymphadenopathy, a new finding with ...
Fiedler V C - - 1990
Combination therapy with 5% minoxidil plus 0.5% anthralin was used to treat 51 patients with severe treatment-resistant alopecia areata. History of a cosmetically inadequate response to one or both drugs used as a single agent was present in 50 of the 51 patients. Therapy was relatively well tolerated except by ...
Klein H H - - 1990
Thirty patients with VVI pacemakers (Quantum 253-09, 253-19, Intermedics Inc., Freeport, TX) were observed for a mean of 65 months. Within 12 months after implantation, optimized output programming was performed in 29 patients. This included a decrease in pulse amplitude (22 patients), pulse width (4 patients), and/or pacing rate (11 ...
Gonzalez-Abreu E - - 1990
Serum samples from 3336 contacts of leprosy patients were tested for antiphenolic glycolipid I antibodies by enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay with the albumin coupled synthetic disaccharide antigen. The overall positivity rate was 9.3%. No significant differences were seen between a group of household contacts of lepromatous patients and those of the ...
Onur Erol O O Department of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, Hacettepe University School of Medicine, Istanbul, - - 1990
Scar tissue and leukoderma-type discoloration of the skin due to deep burns are treated by dermabrasion and thin split-thickness skin-graft application. This method was applied to 18 patients on whom the treated lesion sites were located as follows: 8 in the facial area, 9 on the extremities, and 1 on ...
Caputo R - - 1990
An open clinical study was undertaken to evaluate the anti-photoageing efficacy of topical tretinoin. A length of cream of approximately 1 cm was applied to the face daily in the evening for 6 months: during month 1 of therapy 0.01% tretinoin cream was administered; 0.025% was given during month 2; ...
Lim H W - - 1990
Twelve patients with photodermatitis for longer than 3 months' duration were identified: 1 patient with chronic photocontact dermatitis, 1 with persistent photosensitivity following exposure to a systemic medication, 6 with persistent light reactivity, and 4 with actinic reticuloid. There were 10 men and 2 women, ranging in age from 27 ...
Pasricha J
A 22 year old female had for the last 8 years,, progressive tightness of the skin along with hyperpigmentation, Raynaud&#x2032;s phenomenon, calcinosis cutis over bony prominences, dysphagia and pulmonary involvement. Treatment with 100 mg dexamethasone given intravenously in 5&#x0025; dextrose on 3 consecutive days every month led to a significant ...
Sharma P
Thirty two patients having alopecia areata of less than two months duration were inducted into the study. This included 20 males and 12 females. Of the 28 cases who completed the study, 20 (71.42&#x0025;) showed complete hair regrowth in 14 weeks, out of which 16 (57.14&#x0025;) had it in 10 ...
Pavithran K
Three patients developed creeping eruption at different sites - waist, palm and back of trunk. Oral diethyicarbamazine gave excellent therapeutic response. The tracks in the skin ceased to advIance further, 48 to 72 hours after initiation of treatment, and they subsided completely in 8 to 10 days time. Diethylcarbamazine appears ...
Kikindjanin V - - 1990
17 children suffering from neurodermatitis, aged 2 to 14 years, were treated with ketotifen at a dosage of 1 mg twice daily. In 7 children polyvalent therapy was given. Ketotifen therapy produced a pronounced alleviation of the itching within only two weeks and the patients became entirely itching free after ...
Marzouk E - - 1990
Embedding of beads into the penile skin was observed among 60 foreign workers in the employ of certain Saudi Arabian companies. The procedure had been performed by an unqualified person. They had undergone this procedure in order to increase sexual stimulation of the mate. Infection secondary to implantation procedure had ...
Monti M - - 1990
A total of 89 patients (mean age 42 years) with clinical signs of photo-ageing were evaluated in an open study to determine the clinical efficacy and tolerance of topical tretinoin therapy. Each evening for 6 months about 1 cm of cream containing tretinoin was applied to the face. Patient compliance ...
Connors T J - - 1990
One hundred and sixty nine men with early male pattern baldness (androgenic alopecia) were treated in a random, double-blind fashion with either 2% minoxidil solution or placebo vehicle for 24 weeks, one ml applied twice daily. After 24 weeks all patients received the active solution until week 48. After 24 ...
Mullooly V M - - 1990
Twenty-six patients with recurrent laryngeal papillomatosis received 2.5 mg/kg of Dihematoporphyrin Ether (DHE) intravenously prior to photodynamic therapy. All patients experienced some degree of photosensitivity, the only known side effect of DHE. Reported reactions included mild erythema and inflammation (88%), swelling (58%), blistering (23%), ocular discomfort (61.5%), pruritus (38%), and ...
Olsen E A - - 1990
Twenty-two men with patterns III-Va androgenetic alopecia were entered into a 10-month study aimed at establishing information on the natural progression of hair loss over a period of time typical of studies of hair growth promoters. The methodology employed was the same as that in published clinical trials of topical ...
Matti B A - - 1990
The authors present their experience with the use of Zyplast (glutaraldehyde crosslinked collagen) for the treatment of skin creases in the aging face, lip augmentation, scars, and facial atrophy. One hundred female patients were studied over a nine-month period. The results were found to be superior in some aspects compared ...
Chen K R - - 1989
Twenty cases diagnosed as cutaneous polyarteritis nodosa (CPN) and confirmed by skin biopsy over the last 17 years were reviewed in our department. Based upon their clinical features, laboratory findings, and long-term observation of the disease course, they were divided into three groups. 1) Group 1 comprised 16 cases which ...
Sakurai M - - 1989
Eighty-six cases of erythema multiforme (EM) were studied based on the distribution of skin lesions. Twenty-nine patients had distinct facial skin lesions as well as lesions on the extremities (Group A) and 57 patients had skin lesions only on the extremities (Group B). Patients in Group A were younger than ...
Man D - - 1989
Intraoperative expansion of the skin of the face supplies additional tissue that permits closure of the face lift incision with minimal tension. This paper presents the findings in rhytidectomy patients over the last 3 years using both intraoperative stretching and intraoperative stretching combined with tissue expansion utilizing the Man face ...
Van Heerden J - - 1989
Narcolepsy was diagnosed in a three-month old, longhaired Dachshund presented with a history of sudden onset of episodes of complete collapse. Littermates or immediate ancestors were not affected. Numerous daily cataplectic attacks as well as excessive sleepiness were the main clinical features. The dog did not respond to treatment with ...
Bork K - - 1989
Staphylococci and beta-haemolytic streptococci are usually responsible for causing common primary and secondary skin infections. Mupirocin (Bactroban, Eismycin; trademarks of Beecham Group plc), a new antibiotic unrelated to any other antibacterial agent and developed for topical use only, shows a high level of activity against these bacteria. In an open ...
Rappersberger K - - 1989
Amiodarone (AD) induces photosensitivity in 75% of the patients treated with this drug. Phototoxic reactions can be experimentally elicited with UVA but not with UVB. The UVA-MED is significantly reduced after 12 months of treatment. The development of photosensitivity depends on the total dose of AD; 40 g is the ...
Winton F - - 1989
Ten patients with seasonal affective disorder received the following treatments for 5 days each: (a) artificial daylight (2500 lux) from 20.00 to 23.00 and from 07.00 to 10.00 hours; (b) red light (300 lux) from 20.00 to 23.00 and from 07.00 to 10.00 hours; (c) artificial daylight (2500 lux) from ...
Katoch K - - 1989
A regimen consisting of 600 mg of rifampin once a month, 100 mg of clofazimine on alternate days, and 100 mg of dapsone daily was used in 56 untreated, highly bacillated borderline lepromatous/lepromatous (BL/LL) patients with an average bacterial index (BI) of 4.45. Treatment was continued until skin-smear negativity. After ...
Ranchoff R E - - 1989
A 3% topical minoxidil solution was used to treat 31 normotensive persons (13 male, 18 female) with extensive alopecia areata. After 15 months, three patients (14%) had 75%-100% regrowth, 13 (59%) had some form of regrowth, and nine (41%) had no regrowth. In the initial three-month double-blind portion of the ...
De Sole G - - 1989
Eight community trials were carried out by the Onchocerciasis Control Programme in West Africa to determine the safety of the new microfilaricide ivermectin during large-scale treatment of onchocerciasis. The trial areas were located in eight different countries and varied greatly in endemicity level; a total of 50,929 persons were treated ...
Moreira M A - - 1989
The authors made a study of the small intestine by immunofluorescence in 5% phosphate-buffered formaldehyde fixed tissues, using the Nairn (1976) technique associated with Evans blue (Fry and Wilkinson 1963). The ability of the sections to fluoresce has been maintained after a storage time of more than 4 years. Similar ...
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