Holly A Kerr

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A 70-year-old Caucasian man with a medical history of Parkinson's disease presented with a 3-month history of violaceous reticulated patches on his upper and lower extremities. The lesions were asymptomatic. The patient did not have a history of cardioembolic events or autoimmune disorders. No new medications were started before the onset of the lesions.(More)
The activities of the enzymes arginase and rhodanese were examined in homogenates of 13 mouse cell strains and 2 human cell strains after long cultivation of the cells in vitro. Three strains of mouse liver origin showed both high arginase and rhodanese activities in keeping with activities of the tissue of origin. Two strains of cells of human epithelial(More)
BACKGROUND The frequency of photodermatoses in African Americans has not been well characterized. OBJECTIVE To evaluate the frequency of photodermatoses in African Americans in an academic medical center during a 7-year period. This was compared with that observed in Caucasians seen during the same period. METHODS A retrospective chart review of 2200(More)