H. Müller

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Invasive aspergillosis is a feared complication in the management of patients with malignancies. We report a 13-year-old boy with acute myelogenous leukaemia and chronic sinusitis who developed a sinuorbital fungal infection during cytostatic and prolonged antibiotic treatment. The clinical findings, diagnostic measures and treatment and its adverse effects(More)
An isomorphic response is defined as a nonspecific skin stimulus eliciting a disease-specific skin reaction. We report on the development of the Koebner phenomenon in a 32 year old patient with psoriasis after skin testing with UVB at a dose above 0.055 J/cm2. In addition we describe a 28 years old patient who developed new psoriatic plaques in the areas(More)