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Effect of Hormone Replacement Therapy for Menopause on the Mechanical Properties of Skin
OBJECTIVE: To evaluate the effect of hormone replacement therapy (HRT) for menopause on the mechanical properties of the skin in healthy women.
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Skin water-holding capacity and transdermal estrogen therapy for menopause: a pilot study.
The effects of menopause and hormone replacement therapy (HRT) on the epidermis are largely unknown. The aim of this study was to model and measure the influence of estrogen-transdermal HRT on subtleExpand
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[Cutaneous paraneoplastic syndromes].
Les syndromes parameoplasiques cutanes sont des dermatoses d'expressions diverses secondaires a une neoplasie sous-jacente. Ces manifestations sont en general peu frequentes, d'apparition parfoisExpand
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Mechanical properties of the diabetic waxy skin.
BACKGROUND In some diabetic patients, the skin of the hands has a waxy appearance. OBJECTIVE To study subclinical skin stiffening in diabetic patients using a noninvasive, in vivo suction deviceExpand
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Biomechanical assessment of photodamage
Background/Aims: Intrinsic aging and photoaging may present different biomechanical properties. Dorsal and volar forearm skin is differently exposed to UV‐light. The object was to derive a cutaneousExpand
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Effect of organic solvents on normal human stratum corneum: evaluation by the corneoxenometry bioassay.
BACKGROUND Organic solvents alter the stratum corneum structure and barrier function. OBJECTIVE To measure the effect of various solvents upon human stratum corneum using the ex vivoExpand
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Sodium hypochlorite, bleaching agents, and the stratum corneum.
Interactions between bleaching agents containing sodium hypochlorite (NaOCl) and human stratum corneum are complex and not fully understood. The same applies when NaOCl is used as a war gasExpand
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Tribological and mycological consequences of the use of a miconazole nitrate-containing paste for the prevention of diaper dermatitis: an open pilot study
AbstractThe diaper environment increases the coefficient of skin friction and compromises the function of the stratum corneum. In this study, the tribological and mycological benefit of the use of aExpand
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Gravitational Syndrome and Tensile Properties of Skin in the Elderly
Background: To evaluate the influence of gravitational edema due to chronic venous insufficiency upon the tensile properties of skin. Method: A total of 30 women aged 66–75 years participated in theExpand
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Squamometry in rating the efficacy of topical corticosteroids in atopic dermatitis
AbstractObjective: Squamometry is a non-invasive test allowing a reproducible rating of cutaneous xerosis including atopic dermatitis lesions. The method was used to compare the efficacy ofExpand
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