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[Linear and multiple scleroatrophic condition of the lower limbs in a 7-month-old infant. Etiopathogenic discussion].
MULTIPLE CLEAR‐CELL ACANTHOMA (DEGOS): HISTOCHEMICAL AND ULTRASTRUCTURAL STUDY OF TWO CASES
- F. Desmons, F. Breuillard, P. Thomas, J. Leonardelli, H. Hildebrand
- Biology, Medicine
- International journal of dermatology
- 1 April 1977
The ultrastructural study confirms the overload of glycogen in keratinocytes, associated with an increase of mitochondria and nuclear deformations, and the abundance of Langerhans’ cells is emphasized. Expand
LIVER BIOPSY IN ECZEMA AND OTHER DERMATOSES. *
This histological study made hepatic function tests in all cases, and numerous blood investigations, and used Wilder's method to demonstrate the argentaffin gilterfasern to test the function of the autonomic nervous system. Expand
[Translocation 46,X, t(Y;7)(q122;q11) in a case of male sterility].
- C. Turleau, M. Croquette, J. C. Fourlinnie, F. Desmons, J. Grouchy
- Biology, Medicine
- Annales de genetique
- 1 September 1976
A Y-autosome translocation--46,X,t(Y;7)(q122;q111)--in a steril man is reported and compared with others already reported in the literature.
[Epidermal nevus syndrome (Solomon). 1 case with peromelia].
[Dry congenital erythroderma ichthyosiforme, deaf-mutism, and hypetomegaly, of recessive autosome transmission. Study of a family].
HLA antigens and atopic dermatitis.
The frequency of HLA antigens was determined in 27 unrelated children and 44 of their parents, and the hypothesis of a linkage between a HLA-B gene and an Ir gene conditioning abnormal humoral response to several allergens is excluded. Expand
[Precocious histiocytosis X with cutaneous nodules. Favorable evolution].
[Atopic dermatitis: a histologic and radioautographic study (after 3H-thymidine labelling) of epidermal and dermal lesions (author's transl)].
- D. Van Neste, J. Lachapelle, F. Desmons
- Annales de dermatologie et de venereologie
- 1 April 1979
The basal and epidermal labelling indices have been found significantly increased in exudative and lichenified lesions as compared to xerotic areas and normal epidermis, and the labelling index of the "round" cell infiltrate in the dermis was significantly higher than in irritant patch test reactions. Expand
[Scabietic granuloma in infants and young children].