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• Objective: To describe the properties of the available antiepileptic drugs (AEDs) and to provide a framework for tailoring antiepileptic therapy to the
Four patients with erythropoietic protoporphyria (EPP) are reported, in whom oral iron produced clear-cut clinical and biochemical deterioration. This suggests that there are two biochemically and genetically distinct sub-groups of EPP patients distinguished by their dramatically different response to oral iron.
We describe a patient with unilateral ectopic cutaneous schistosomiasis as a feature of Schistosoma mansoni infection. In addition to skin lesions he also suffered from schistosomal ocular inflammatory disease. The infection appeared to have been acquired during a visit to Tanzania. Ectopic cutaneous lesions usually affect the perineal area or trunk, and… (More)
Twenty-six patients with bullous pemphigoid were treated with a combination of chlorambucil and a systemic corticosteroid; 23 completed treatment. The corticosteroid requirement during therapy was reduced by 50% compared with that reported for corticosteroid and azathioprine, and the mean total duration of therapy was only 5 months. The side effects of… (More)
We present the features of six children who have been seen amongst 154 consecutive new patients with lichen planus in our outpatients clinic. All but one of the children had unusual forms of the disease and there was a family history of lichen planus in three. Lichen planus is rare in childhood and often assumes atypical clinical patterns.
A patient is described in whom erythema induratum and papulonecrotic tuberculide occurred simultaneously. Clinical and histological appearances were characteristic as was the response to antituberculous chemotherapy.
A patient with extensive histologically proven Hailey-Hailey disease is described whose initial clinical presentation was suggestive of erythema multiforme or toxic epidermal necrolysis. This potentially misleading morphology of acute proven Hailey-Hailey disease has not been described previously and may be a consequence of bacterial infection exacerbating… (More)
Using an antibody to S100 protein, the number of dendritic cells above the basal layer in the epidermis was assessed in necrobiosis lipoidica and granuloma annulare. A statistically significantly higher number of these cells was found within the epidermis in necrobiosis lipoidica compared with granuloma annulare and normal skin. The numbers were similar to… (More)
We describe a patient in whom chronic leg ulceration was due to prolidase deficiency. The clinical features of this condition are described and we discuss the metabolic abnormality and the treatment regimes which have been employed. We also report the further finding of erosive cystitis, which we consider should be added to the list of clinical features of… (More)