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Looking Ahead: Pre- and Perinatal Interventions for Maternal Distress to Prevent Neurodevelopmental Vulnerability
Recurrent lichenoid reaction to black tattoo ink: A case report and brief review of the literature
A case of recurrent lichenoid reaction occurring in both the black tattooed and adjacent non‐tattooed skin is presented. Expand
Hydroxyurea‐induced squamous cell carcinoma
A patient with rare cutaneous features of fatal disseminated strongyloidiasis is presented, with a 33% risk of mortality, which may be due to drugs, malignancy, infection or haematological proliferative disorder. Expand
Concordance between patient-identified concerns and skin cancer diagnosis - an observational cross-sectional study.
18173 Autoimmune progesterone dermatitis presenting as recurrent marked angioedema-like lip changes: A presentation with clinical photos
Autoimmune progesterone dermatitis presenting as recurrent, marked angioedema‐like lip changes: An unusual presentation of an uncommon problem
A case of autoimmune progesterone dermatitis presenting as recurrent, marked angioedema‐like lip swelling without any other skin changes is presented. Expand
Apocrine hidrocystoma appearing after Er:YAG laser treatment: a case report.
A case of multiple apocrine hidrocystomas on the nasal dorsum which became apparent after ablative laser treatment is presented. Expand
Service Improvement theme Decision-making for renal replacement therapy treatment options : a literature review
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Carcinoma erysipeloides as the presenting feature for bilateral breast carcinoma
A 74-year-old woman with a history of right-sided breast cancer treated 20 years prior with lumpectomy and radiotherapy presented with a rare form of cutaneous metastatic breast carcinoma, carcinoma erysipeloides, which is diagnosed by skin biopsy. Expand
Emetogenicity of multiday chemotherapy regimens: Drug and patient factors affecting control of CINV.
Established emetogenicity scores, derived from historical data on untreated patients, are relevant to multi-day chemo but could be revised to improve prediction of CINV, and age and gender were significant in predicting control. Expand