G S Lapinskaitè

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Photodermatoses are skin disorders induced or exacerbated by light. They can be broadly classified into four groups: (i) immunologically mediated photodermatoses (idioapathic); (ii) drug- and chemical-induced photosensitivity; (iii) defective DNA repair disorders; and (iv) photoaggravated dermatoses. The exact pathomechanism of those diverse skin reactions(More)
OBJECTIVES Knowledge concerning genital Chlamydia trachomatis infections in eastern Europe is scarce. Data on the legal aspects, epidemiology, diagnosis, and treatment of the infection have never been collected, summarised, and presented to the international scientific community. The aim of this study was to present the current situation on the main aspects(More)
With political, economical and social changes in Lithuania following the break-up of the Soviet Union, the health-care system has changed. The old Soviet system has been abandoned and it has taken time to re-establish a system under the new government. Resources are limited in most aspects of health care, including sexually transmitted infections (STIs).(More)
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