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Drug‐induced hypersensitivity syndrome and toxic epidermal necrolysis. Treatment with N‐acetylcysteine
This is the first report of specific reactivation of eczema in association with IL-2 therapy. Reactivation of other putatlvely Tcell-mediated diseases such as psoriasis and rheumatoid arthritis haveExpand
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Photo‐induced toxic epidermal necrolysis caused by clobazam
Toxic epidermal necrolysis (TEN) is a life‐threatening disease, the pathogenesis of which remains largely unknown. We describe a 23‐year‐old woman under treatment with clobazam who developed lesionsExpand
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CD24 expression on human keratinocytes
Abstract: CD24 or Nectadrin is a cell surface glycoprotein expressed in pre‐B lymphocytes, T lymphocytes, neurons, muscle cells and carcinoma cells. Its function is not completely known, but it hasExpand
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Comel‐Netherton syndrome. A diagnostic challenge
sm. Gomel-Netherton syndrome (CNS) classically is characterized by hair disorders (e.g. trichorrhexis invaginata or bamboo hair), ichthyosis linearis circumilexa (ILC) and. occasionally, atopicExpand
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Eyebrow Thread Lifting
The eyebrow gradually lowers from its original position. The loss of fat in the frontotemporal depression or temples in addition to the atrophy of the masseter muscle causes further prominent changesExpand