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Topical treatment strategies for non-melanoma skin cancer and precursor lesions.
The ability to manage non-melanoma skin cancers and pre-malignant lesions with topical pharmacologic agents is highly compelling. This article examines currently available products and discussesExpand
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Cutaneous arteritis presenting with hyperpigmented macules: macular arteritis.
Macular arteritis is a novel form of cutaneous arteritis in which the primary lesion is a hyperpigmented macule. Traditional stigmata of cutaneous vasculitis such as palpable purpura and erythematousExpand
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Tungiasis in North America: a report of 2 cases in internationally adopted children.
Tungiasis is a cutaneous infestation caused by the gravid female sand flea, Tunga penetrans. We describe 2 cases of tungiasis that occurred in siblings who recently emigrated as internationalExpand
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Topical Protease Therapy as a Novel Method of Epidermal Ablation: Preliminary Report
BACKGROUND For more than 50 years, proteolytic enzymes have been extensively used in laboratory settings for the purposes of in vitro epidermal separation and keratinocyte isolation. However, theExpand
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Ricin and lentil lectin-affinity chromatography reveals oligosaccharide heterogeneity of thyrotropin secreted by 12 human pituitary tumors.
Some patients with thyrotropin (TSH)-producing pituitary tumors are more hyperthyroid than others despite similar TSH levels in serum, suggesting that qualitatively different TSH molecules withExpand
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Living donor lobar lung transplants and HLA matching: a preliminary report.
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Myelodysplastic syndrome presenting as cutaneous purpura.
Myelodysplastic syndrome is a preleukemic, clonal disorder of the hematopoetic stem cell. Cutaneous manifestations include infections, vasculitis, neutrophilic dermatoses, and leukemia cutis. SenileExpand
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A randomized, placebo-controlled, double-blind study to evaluate the efficacy of a citrus bioflavanoid blend in the treatment of senile purpura.
BACKGROUND Senile purpura is a common, chronic skin condition affecting more than 10 percent of individuals over the age of 50. Despite being a benign condition, the continual development of purpuraExpand
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Treatment Strategies for on-Melanoma Skin Cancer and Precursor Lesions
c ( f ermatologists practice in the midst of a skin cancer epidemic. The incidence of both basal cell carcinoma BCC) and squamous cell carcinoma (SCC) continues to rise. n 2005, approximately 1.5Expand