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Changing patterns.
From the combination of knowledge and actions, someone can improve their skill and ability. It will lead them to live and work much better. This is why, the students, workers, or even employersExpand
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Scleroderma; pulmonary and skin studies before and after treatment with cortisone.
GENERALIZED scleroderma is recognized as a disseminated disease which may involve not only the skin but many other organs. It is usually a chronic illness with a gradual downhill progression andExpand
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Decadent descriptions in dermatology.
  • B. Appel
  • Medicine
  • Archives of dermatology and syphilology
  • 1 September 1950
FOR A LONG time it has been evident that certain descriptive designations of clinical dermatology lacked scientific specificity. To those who write case reports and who demonstrate patients, theExpand
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The influence of the local injection of hydrocortone (compound F) on the reactions to tuberculin, lepromin, Frei and Ducrey antigens.
The influence of cortisone, ACTH, and hydrocortone (Compound F) on the reactions of hypersensitivity has been studied by various authors. Although opinions differ in some details, there is,Expand
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Chronic discoid lupus erythematosus: treatment with daraprim and chloroquine diphosphate (aralen).
EVER since chronic discoid lupus erythematosus was first described in 1828 by Biett, there have been innumerable reports of its treatment.1 2 3 4 Various methods have been advocated but none haveExpand
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Oxytetracycline-polymyxin B ointment in skin infections.
  • B. Appel
  • Medicine
  • Antibiotics & chemotherapy
  • 1 December 1953
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2,5-Dihydroxyphenylpyruvic acid and collagen diseases.
Hypersensitivity to physical, 1-3 chemical, 4-6 and bacteriological 7,8 substances, altered cellular metabolism, 9-11 and endocrine abnormalities 12,13 have been implicated in attempts to explain theExpand
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Veneral diseases today.
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The treatment of scabies in an institution: comparative study.
  • B. Appel
  • Medicine
  • The New England journal of medicine
  • 20 July 1950
IN 1924, when the late Dr. Arthur M. Greenwood1 called attention to the Danish polysulfide antiscabietic ointment, he introduced and popularized in this country the twenty-four-hour treatment forExpand
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