J. P. Denoeux

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BACKGROUND AND DESIGN The incidence and distribution of autoimmune subepidermal bullous diseases were estimated from prospective data (including immunoelectron microscopy) obtained from 100 cases during a mean period of 35 months in three university dermatologic centers in Amiens, Limoges, and Tours, France, that correspond to a cumulative reference(More)
INTRODUCTION Prolonged topical application of silver sulfadiazine cream can induce argyria and adverse effects of sulphonamides. We report a case of a woman with acute renal failure following repeated applications of topical silver sulfadiazine on pyoderma gangrenosum wounds. CASE REPORT A 61 year-old woman suffering from rheumatoid arthritis, Sjogren's(More)
Eight cases of sporadic acquired primary osteoma cutis have been reported in the literature. Age at onset varies from 16 to 55 years with a mean of about 35 years. The sex ratio is 1 and a wide range of localizations have been reported. There is no known treatment. We report a new case of primary osteoma cutis observed in an adult. The monomelic feature of(More)