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The incidence and significance of birthmarks in a cohort of 4,641 newborns.
An unselected cohort of 4,641 newborns was ascertained prospectively for the purpose of detecting any cutaneous lesion. These were catalogued into pigmented lesions, vascular lesions, andExpand
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Dermatoglyphics in medical disorders
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Disseminated visceral Kaposi's sarcoma. Appearance after human renal homograft operation.
A rare neoplasm, disseminated visceral Kaposi's sarcoma, appeared rapidly during the late rejection of a homograft kidney in a 35-year-old Negro woman. No evidence of tumor was present in theExpand
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Long-term selenium exposure.
Metabolic pathways and toxic effects of long-term selenium exposure in animal models and humans have both similarities and significant differences. In animal models the target organ is the liver, inExpand
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Acute granulomatous hepatitis in the course of acquired toxoplasmosis.
TOXOPLASMIC hepatitis has been described as a clinical entity,1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 usually as the primary manifestation of acute, acquired toxoplasmosis without adenopathy. Hepatitis can occur also as aExpand
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Osteomyelitis complicating Mohs' chemosurgery.
We report a case of osteomyelitis complicating Mohs' surgery for recurrent basal cell carcinoma of the forehead. The need for immediate versus delayed repair after this type of surgery is discussed.Expand
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Treatment of advanced mycosis fungoides and Sézary syndrome with continuous infusions of methotrexate followed by fluorouracil and leucovorin rescue.
BACKGROUND AND DESIGN The treatment of advanced mycosis fungoides is a therapeutic challenge. A variety of treatment approaches have been used. In our experience, chemotherapy has been most useful.Expand
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Birthmarks with serious medical significance: nevocullular nevi, sebaceous nevi, and multiple café au lait spots.
Birthmarks of potential medical significance were identified among 4,641 newborn infants: 1.1% had a nevocellular nevus and 0.3% had a sebaceous nevus; 1.8% of black infants, but no white infants,Expand
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Moist wound healing under a vapor permeable membrane.
Ten ambulatory patients with unilateral and eight with bilateral ulcers of various etiologies were studied to determine the effects of keeping a wound bed moist under a water vapor and oxygenExpand
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Ichthyosiform dermatosis, keratitis, and deafness.
Two patients had an unusual ichthyosiform dermatosis, neurosensory deafness, and vascularizing keratitis. There was no family history of the disorder and no consanguinity. A squamous cell carcinomaExpand
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