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Comparison of two regimens of oral clindamycin versus dicloxacillin in the treatment of mild-to-moderate skin and soft-tissue infections
This prospective, double-masked, randomized study was performed in 14 centers throughout Asia (The Philippines and Thailand), Latin America (Mexico, Peru, Chile, and Venezuela), and Europe (Poland,Expand
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[Multiple glomus tumor].
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Lupus erythematosus panniculitis with morphea‐like lesions
A 22‐year‐old female with morphea‐like lesions, deep subcutaneous nodules and lipoatrophic areas of the skin on lateral aspects of the upper arms, on the breasts and on the buttocks is described. InExpand
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Necrobiotic xanthogranuloma presenting as a solitary tumor.
We report on a 60-year-old overweight white woman who presented with an asymptomatic flat, hard, yellow-brown subcutaneous plaque on her right hip. A total excision was performed. HistopathologicExpand
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[Photodynamic diagnosis and therapy in dermatology. Experience with use of TPPS4 in skin diseases].
BACKGROUND Some skin lesions e.g. basal cell carcinomas are sometimes difficult to remove completely and frequent relapses can develop after their imperfect removal. In case the patient refuses toExpand
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Granular cell basal cell carcinoma
A 69‐year‐old woman presented with a 2‐year history of a slowly growing tumour on the nose. The clinical diagnosis was basal cell carcinoma (BCC) and a complete excision was performed.Expand
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Systematized progradient multiple combined melanocytic and blue nevus.
A 44-year-old woman was diagnosed as having unilateral multiple progradient pigmented macules and papules of the upper extremity and adjacent part of the back. Microscopically increased amounts ofExpand
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An atypical ultrastructural pattern in Fabry's disease: a study on its nature and incidence in 7 cases.
This is a report on a stored lipid atypical ultrastructural pattern in skin samples of Fabry's disease expressed exclusively in the endothelium. The pattern consisted of intersecting short crescenticExpand
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[Malignant melanoma of the skin. Epidemiology, risk factors, clinical diagnosis].
  • F. Vosmík
  • Medicine
  • Casopis lekaru ceskych
  • 26 July 1996
The incidence of malignant melanoma of the skin in the white population worldwide is rising and the mortality from this tumour is also rising. It is assumed that this trend will proceed also inExpand
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Cervical cytology in non-specific genital infection. An aid to diagnosis.
Non-specific urethritis (NSU) is a common condition among men (CMO's Report, 1972). Sub-group A Chlamydia can be isolated from the urethra in some of these men, and from the genito-urinary tract of aExpand
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