D Jacquemier

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Congenital self-healing histiocytosis (CSHH) is a rare primary histiocytic skin disorder. Only a few cases have been studied by ultrastructure and immunohistochemistry. Here we report a new case that was investigated using an electron microscope and a panel of monoclonal (MCA) and polyclonal (PCA) antibodies. CSHH cells were found to bear the(More)
A full-term female infant was born with numerous purple firm indolent papulonodular lesions, occasionally ulcerated, ranging in size from 1 to 8 mm, scattered all over the body. The liver, spleen, lymph nodes were normal, as were the blood count, skull and chest X-ray. Biopsy of a skin lesion showed a deep dermal infiltrate consisting of histiocytic cells(More)
Renal manifestations of severe human aphthous diseases are seldom mentionned in the literature. The authors report on a case of Behçet disease associated with microscopic haematuria and intermittent proteinuria. Renal biopsy showed circumscribed "necrotizing" vascular lesions. In the absence of any other detectable lesions. In the absence of any other(More)
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