Emilio Miralles

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Recently, the occurrence of pityriasis rubra pilaris (PRP) has been reported in patients with HIV infection. It presents different clinical features, and has a poorer prognosis, than the classical adult type of PRP. We report the occurrence of severe PRP in an HIV-infected patient, and review the previously reported cases of this association. We propose the(More)
Mucocutaneous leishmaniasis is a rare disease in Europe. Relapses after treatment are more frequent than in visceral leishmaniasis. HIV patients infected by Leishmania have frequently visceral involvement, and responses to treatment are poor. Mucocutaneous leishmaniasis in HIV-infected patients has rarely been reported. A patient with centrofacial granuloma(More)
Port-wine stains (PWS) are benign, congenital vascular malformations found in approximately 0.3% of newborns. PWS may be effectively treated with the flashlamp pulsed dye laser (FPDL) at 585 nm. However, laser therapy of vascular lesions often produces pain. We performed a prospective double-blind, placebo-controlled evaluation of the iontophoresis of(More)
We report a 25-year-old HIV-positive man with a past medical history of disseminated cytomegalovirus (CMV) infection, who developed cutaneous lesions during a disseminated mycobacterium infection. The histological changes of CMV and acid-fast bacilli were seen on histopathology of the lesions. Cultures were positive for M. tuberculosis and M.(More)