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Sampson H A - - 1989
Patients with hypersensitivity to food documented by a double-blind, placebo-controlled oral food challenge have been reported to have a high rate of release of histamine from basophils in vitro. To determine whether patients with atopic dermatitis and food hypersensitivity had similar high rates of spontaneous histamine release in vitro, whether ...
Burks A W - - 1989
Peanuts, along with milk and eggs, have been documented to account for approximately 80% of adverse reactions to foods in patients with atopic dermatitis. Over the past 3 years, we have evaluated 71 patients with atopic dermatitis, ranging from mild to severe in nature. These patients were initially evaluated by ...
Kawamura J - - 1989
A study concerning subjective symptoms of spasms which occur during 24 hours was carried out in 13 quadriplegic patients. All had spasms. Tonic and clonic spasms occurred involving their limbs and trunk. Extensor spasms occurred more often in the lower limbs than in the upper limbs. The duration of spasms ...
Jakab G - - 1989
Spondylolysis and spondylolisthesis are not uncommon causes of low back pain and sciatica among the general population. Symptoms from these complaints also appear to be increasing in frequency among those who participate in competitive sports, especially those resulting in heavy pressures on the lumbar spine. Neural arch dysplasia is often ...
Aucott W - - 1989
Two patients who had undergone emergency tracheal intubation developed signs of aspiration of ingested food. Nasendoscopy demonstrated supraglottic anaesthesia which recovered from the laryngeal margins in towards the vocal cords. It is assumed that this was caused by a neuropraxia of the internal branch of the superior laryngeal nerve, presumably ...
van Asperen P P - - 1989
We have prospectively followed 57 children of atopic parents up to 5 years of age, documenting clinical atopic disease and allergen skin test reactions. The cumulative prevalences of the clinical features of atopic disease over the 5 years were: atopic dermatitis (58%), wheeze (49%), recurrent wheeze (33%), rhinitis (68%) and ...
Abdel-Dayem H M - - 1989
Recent studies have suggested that 99Tcm-labelled mercaptoacetyltriglycine (99Tcm-MAG3) is a potential replacement for 131I-orthoiodohippurate (131I-OIH). The two radiopharmaceuticals were studied in 19 patients with varying degrees of renal impairment, for comparison of effective renal plasma flow (ERPF). All patients were injected i.v. with 2-3 mCi 99Tcm-MAG3 and 250-300 microCi of ...
Wüthrich B - - 1989
We report on 2 patients with atopic dermatitis (AD) exacerbated by inhalant allergens: grass pollens in spring (AD as hay fever equivalent) and nonbiting red midges (chironomides) in pet fish food. These clinical observations confirm the existence of an 'extrinsic', IgE-mediated type of AD in a minority of patients, in ...
Brandi-Pifano S - - 1989
Percutaneous mitral balloon valvotomy (PMV) was performed in 10 female patients with mitral stenosis; their mean age was 31 +/- 1 years. All patients underwent echophonocardiography (Echophono) before and less than 24 hours after PMV1. Cardiac catheterization and Echophono were repeated 10 and 22 months after PMV1. Eight patients with ...
de Martino M - - 1989
In 80 preterms aged 9-24 months (mean age: 15.9) and in 80 sex- and age-matched full-terms the frequency of atopic diseases and of positive skin tests to 8 food and 6 inhalant allergens was determined. The two groups did not differ as to overall percentages of cutipositive subjects and patients ...
Lessard M R - - 1988
In many operating theatres, it is common practice to reuse disposable plastic syringes with the same needles for several injections to different patients during the same day. This practice could lead to bacterial contamination of these syringes, making them an infection hazard to patients. We did a microbiologic survey of ...
Gould E - - 1988
The lymph nodes from 50 axillary node dissections were evaluated by light microscopy and immunohistochemistry for the presence of dermatopathic lymphadenitis-like histologic features. On the basis of hematoxylin-eosin-stained sections alone, a histologic continuum was observed ranging from minimal paracortical changes to fully developed dermatopathic lymphadenitis. Twenty-three lymph node biopsies previously ...
Broadbent J B - - 1988
Initially, this article focuses on the pathogenesis of IgE-dependent immediate and late-phase responses in pediatric patients with atopic dermatitis. The article also discusses the role of food hypersensitivity as a major trigger factor exacerbating atopic dermatitis in children. Finally, consideration is given to the prevention of atopic disease through exclusive ...
Gruber E - - 1988
Due to reports of severe eye infections associated with the extended wear of soft contact lenses, this once-popular mode of contact lens wear has fallen into disrepute and been abandoned by many fitters and patients. Recently, an extended wear disposable contact lens was approved by the U.S. Food and Drug ...
Burks A W - - 1988
Forty-six patients with atopic dermatitis ranging from mild to severe were evaluated for food hypersensitivity with double-blind placebo-controlled food challenges. Twenty-eight (61%) patients had a positive prick skin reaction to one of the foods tested. Sixty-five food challenges were performed; 27 (42%) were interpreted as positive in 15 (33%) patients. ...
de Boer E M - - 1988
Metalworkers exposed to metalworking fluids often encounter dermatological problems. In an epidemiological study of 286 metalworkers, 14% had dermatitis. Of these, 21 (54%) presented with the clinical appearance of dyshidrotic eczema. 3 out of these 21 operators had positive patch test reactions, 1 to nickel and 2 to formaldehyde and ...
Yellowlees P M - - 1988
The hypothesis that patients with anorexia nervosa exaggerate the perceived size of food was tested. Video recordings of five items of food and four neutral objects of a similar size were made such that the size of each object increased steadily from half to twice its normal size. Each of ...
Gohdes D - - 1988
Diet therapy for minority diabetic patients must be directed to NIDDM, the most prominent form of diabetes in minority populations. Diet programs must be tailored to the cultural framework, and traditional foods with desirable characteristics can be encouraged. To teach patients about diet, educators must use educational techniques appropriate to ...
Dieterich M - - 1988
The clinical practice of advising patients to increase their daily fluid intake after lumbar puncture in order to increase CSF production by re-hydration and thus try to prevent post-lumbar puncture headache (PLPH) has not yet been shown to be effective. In 100 patients the different effects of re-hydration on the ...
Aucoin E J - - 1987
Management of pruritus ani rests on a few basic principles. The first and foremost is to listen to the patient and accept how uncomfortable and even disabling this common disorder can be. Such causes as parasites, diarrhea, trauma, hemorrhoids, and fistulas must be accurately diagnosed and treated. Contributing factors, such ...
Mattes R D - - 1987
Aversions that form towards foods after their ingestion has been associated with illness are termed learned food aversions (LFA). This adverse treatment side effect has been implicated in the anorexia of cancer and can compromise the quality of patients' lives. In an attempt to block the formation or ameliorate the ...
Gan S L - - 1987
The prevalence of occupational skin disease was found to be 3.8% in a study of 479 sanders in the furniture-making industry in Singapore. 17 species of wood imported from South East Asia were used. The most common dermatoses from wood dust were pruritus (1.6%), irritant contact dermatitis (1.6%) and xerosis ...
Matis W L - - 1987
Indirect immunofluorescence (IF) to detect pemphigus and pemphigoid autoantibodies is commonly performed with monkey esophagus (ME) as substrate and phosphate-buffered saline (PBS) as a diluent. The purpose of this study was to evaluate comparative IF titers using human skin (HS) as substrate with variations in the buffers employed. Substrates (ME ...
Sudan B J - - 1987
There is evidence in some individuals that seborrhoeic dermatitis is an immuno-allergic reaction induced by nicotine as hapten. Nicotine is present in passive smoking, botanic areas, some foods at very low levels, smokeless tobacco and chewing gums. The successful use of topical ketoconazole as an anti-fungal treatment has been recently ...
Wang J C - - 1987
The release and permeation of 1% Westragel and 1% Westrastick and three commercial 1% anthralin products were investigated in vitro with the use of a Franz diffusion cell unit. An inert Teflon membrane with a mesh opening of 74 mu was used for measuring the rate of release. Involved psoriatic ...
Dannaker C J - - 1987
A case of allergic contact dermatitis to mustard (Brassica nigra) in a salad maker is reported. The sources of skin contact included a commercial salad cream, a vinegrette, and various members of the mustard family, Cruciferae. The Cruciferae family includes many salad vegetables and condiments which contain allergenic isothiocyanates. The ...
Goh C L - - 1987
Of 557 patients with occupational dermatoses seen at the Middle Road Hospital, Singapore, 55.7% (310) were irritant contact dermatitis, 38.6% (215) were allergic contact dermatitis and 5.7% (32) were non contact dermatitis. More than half of the patients were below 30 years old and most were from the construction (29.5%), ...
Hamberg O - - 1987
In 92 consecutive patients admitted with suspected acute deep venous thrombosis, (DVT), the screening value of a new thermographic equipment, DeVeTherm, was evaluated with phlebography as a reference. The predictive value was 0.29 (0.19-0.41) of a positive thermography, and 0.68 (0.43-0.87) of a negative thermography. These results do not justify ...
Kirschner P A - - 1987
In 1936, Alfred Blalock performed the successful removal of a thymic tumor in a patient with myasthenia gravis. The patient experienced marked and sustained improvement for several years. Blalock prophesized then that exploration of the thymic region would be indicated in all patients with severe myasthenia gravis. A few years ...
Jacob L H - - 1987
Episodes of atrial fibrillation that occurred after meals developed in a 60 year old man with a history of ischaemic heart disease. The attacks were precipitated by precursors and metabolites of tyramine and tyramine containing foods and drinks, in the absence of monoamine oxidase inhibitors. The patient has remained free ...
Veien N K - - 1987
The eczema of 113 patients with dermatitis other than classical urticaria or typical atopic dermatitis cleared or showed marked improvement after one to two months of dietary restriction. In their response to a questionnaire completed at least 6 months after the initiation of the diet, 61 (54%) of these patients ...
Pistoia F - - 1987
The ball-and-socket ankle joint is a malformation of the ankle in which the articular surface of the talus is hemispherical in both the anteroposterior and lateral projections and has a congruent, concave tibial articular surface. Fourteen patients with this condition were identified retrospectively. Thirteen patients were thought to have the ...
Conlon J M - - 1987
Antisera of defined regional specificity have been used to measure the concentration of substance P-like immunoreactivity (SP-LI) and neurokinin A-like immunoreactivity (NKA-LI) during a meal-induced flush in 10 patients with metastatic carcinoid tumours. Although all patients flushed, NKA-LI levels in five patients and SP-LI in six patients were not elevated ...
Fork F T - - 1987
Granulated wheat-fibres were tested as an additive to normal food before colon radiography in 52 out of 177 consecutive out-patients. The cleansing day food was prohibited. The results show no adverse effect of fibres on cleansing. Thus patients with organic and functional disturbances of the large bowel already treated with ...
Cioni L - - 1986
Soft and Hard Hemodiafiltration (HDF). A 32-month study was made to assess efficiency and clinical tolerance in a comparison between "soft" and "hard" HDF. Soft HDF was performed in 18 patients using a polyacrylonitrile AN 69 S 1.2m2 membrane and hard HDF in 12 patients using a polyacrylonitrile hollow-fibre 1.8m2 ...
Businco L - - 1986
Thirty-one children with atopic dermatitis, aged 6 months to 10 years, were selected for this trial. All had historical, clinical, and laboratory evidences that allergy to food was the cause of exacerbations of eczema. Either oral sodium cromoglycate (SCG) or a matching placebo was administered orally for 8 weeks, followed ...
Sampson H A - - 1986
The role of food hypersensitivity in the pathogenesis of atopic dermatitis has been debated for years. One-hundred thirty-two children with severe atopic dermatitis were evaluated for food hypersensitivity using double-blind placebo-controlled oral food challenges. Fifty-nine percent of the children experienced at least one immediate hypersensitivity response. Definitive diagnosis of food ...
Lessell S - - 1986
Questionnaires were completed by 1083 nonesotropic control subjects and 170 patients with nonparalytic esotropia to determine handedness. The subjects, who had been drawn from patients attending ophthalmic clinics and private practices, were classified as right-handed, left-handed, or ambidextrous based on their answers to five questions about hand preference. Analysis of ...
Caputo R V - - 1986
Prevention or modification of the onset of atopic dermatitis has been difficult to document through prolonged breast feeding or delayed introduction of solid foods. Dietary management of established atopic dermatitis is not routinely indicated for the majority of patients. Dietary management of atopic dermatitis should not be continued indefinitely. Gradual ...
Zugerman C - - 1986
The lips are composed of striated muscle and connective tissue and are anatomically positioned to be maximally exposed to sunlight, environment, food, and tobacco. A number of topics relevant to the lips are presented, including contact dermatitis, contact urticaria, benign and malignant systemic processes, and the effect of systemically administered ...
Rajka G - - 1986
Answers to a questionnaire on atopic dermatitis sent to clinicians in different countries--excluding Europe and North America--were evaluated. The questions included frequency as well as the possible role of special influencing/aggravating factors in atopic dermatitis patients. According to the data from 19 different countries, climatologic/geographic conditions, profession, and psychic stress ...
Wohlfarth G W - - 1986
Common carp of the Chinese and European races and their cross were tested in different environments. The test groups were either stocked together into the same pond, or each group was stocked separately. Mean growth, taken as a measure of the quality of the environment, varied widely between treatments. Genotype-environment ...
van Joost T - - 1986
A surprisingly high incidence of chloramphenicol sensitization is reported in 8 patients with periocular or periauricular dermatitis. In 6 of them, relevance was established to the use of topical chloramphenicol. Concurrent sensitization to polymyxin B sulphate was found in 2. The findings stress the fact that chloramphenicol allergy remains a ...
Sampson H A - - 1986
Atopic dermatitis is a disorder that affects up to 4.3% of the pediatric population. Its etiology is unknown, but is probably multifactorial. Evidence has been presented to implicate a role for "allergy" in the pathogenesis of AD. Disregarding the myriad of clinical reports, there is sufficient data in the literature ...
Berman B A - - 1986
Based on the disagreements about the role of atopy in the condition known as atopic dermatitis, it is not surprising that there have been divergent views concerning the appropriate treatment of the disease. A large population of physicians, including most dermatologists and some allergists, believe that the fundamental approach to ...
Wong R R Department of Psychology, The University of British Columbia, Vancouver, B.C. Canada V6T - - 1985
Male and female hamsters and gerbils were randomly assigned to one of three groups. The animals were tested under ad lib feeding conditions or food deprived until they had lost either 10% or 20% of their predeprivation body weight. They were given a 30-min. hoarding test for three consecutive days. ...
Boner A L - - 1985
The effects of dietary restriction and food challenge were evaluated in five children with atopic dermatitis, as a possible predictive marker for the dietary management of this clinically perplexing disease. Two of the five showed significant elevation of plasma histamine; an additional two demonstrated the presence of immune complexes and ...
Cofield B G - - 1985
A painter experienced an extensive dermatitis when exposed to a paint primer (undercoating) used to protect wood siding. The primer was an acrylic emulsion with a polyfunctional aziridine added as a self-curing cross-linker or hardener. The polyfunctional aziridine cross-linker was made by reacting propyleneimine with a polyfunctional acrylate, trimethylolpropane triacrylate ...
Flannigan S A - - 1985
Synthetic pyrethroids are widely used insecticides with numerous applications, varying from food protection to general pest control. Humans are capable of tolerating greater acute and chronic exposures to the pyrethroids than to many other insecticides. An abnormal cutaneous sensation (paresthesia) is known to occur after dermal contact with the pyrethroids. ...
Peltonen L - - 1985
The occurrence of skin diseases in employees engaged in the food industry has been investigated by means of an epidemiological cross-sectional study. Of the 1052 workers in a large factory in Turku (Finland), 17% reported a current skin disease. Occupational eczema was diagnosed in 8,5% of the 541 female employees ...
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