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Possible relation of Tunisian pemphigus with traditional cosmetics: a multicenter case-control study.
Pemphigus is a severe, autoimmune, blistering disorder with a high incidence among young women in rural Tunisia. The authors investigated explanatory environmental factors. A multicenter case-controlExpand
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Childhood cutaneous tuberculosis: a 20-year retrospective study in Tunis.
Despite prevention programs, tuberculosis is still endemic in developing countries. We assessed the epidemiologic and clinical profiles of childhood cutaneous tuberculosis in our dermatologyExpand
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Cutaneous metastases from internal cancers.
BACKGROUND Cutaneous metastases (CMs) from carcinoma are relatively uncommon, being usually late events in the course of internal malignancies. CMs from internal tumors seen at a secondaryExpand
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Childhood leishmaniasis: report of 106 cases.
In Tunisia there are three epidemic clinical forms of cutaneous leishmaniasis. They are associated with three different species of Leishmania and are observed in different geographical areas. WeExpand
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Trigeminal trophic syndrome: a report of two cases with review of literature.
Trigeminal trophic syndrome, a rare cause of facial ulceration, is the consequence of damage to the trigeminal nerve or its central sensory connections. We report two cases of trigeminal trophicExpand
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Isolated genital annular lichen planus.
Annular lichen planus is a rarely reported variant of lichen planus (LP). Although genital lesions are frequent in patients with LP, isolated genital LP is rarely reported. We present a case of aExpand
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[Cutaneous tuberculosis: anatomoclinical features and clinical course (26 cases)].
INTRODUCTION Despite prevention programs, tuberculosis is still progressing endemically in developing countries. The prevalence of cutaneous tuberculosis is estimated as 2.1 p. 100 and represents aExpand
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Radiotherapy‐induced pemphigus vulgaris with autoantibodies targeting a 110 kDa epidermal antigen
Background  Pemphigus is an autoimmune intraepidermal blistering disease mediated by autoantibodies targeting desmosomes. It can be induced by many triggers, such as ionizing radiation.
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Insect bite-like reaction associated with the relapse of non-Hodgkin B cell-lymphoma.
Auteur(s) : Rym Benmously1, Houda Hammami1, Mondher Rouatbi1, Achraf Debbiche2, Adnane Souissi2, Incaf Mokhtar1, Sammy Fenniche1 1Dermatology Department, Habib Thameur Hospital, 8, Ali Ben Ayed SreetExpand
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Mycetoma: retrospective study of 13 cases in Tunisia.
Mycetomas are inflammatory pseudotumors of chronic and progressive evolution, of fungal (Eumycetoma), or bacterial (Actinomycetoma) origin. We conducted a retrospective study of patients who haveExpand
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