Kunihiko Matsubara

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Figure 1. Clinical appearance of the patient with Conradi–Hünermann–Happle (CHH) syndrome at birth (a), at one month old (b), at four years old, presenting alopecia (c), a pathological picture of alopecia showing orthohyperkeratosis, partly thinned and partly thickened epidermis (inset), hypogranulosis, and perifollicular infiltration of lymphocytes and(More)
A 68-year-old woman with a 4 year history of bronchial asthma developed marked myalgia in the extremities following exercise to which she was unaccustomed. Examination on admission, 11 days after onset, revealed myalgia, muscular weakness and cutaneous hemorrhagic bullae. Blood tests revealed eosinophilia (9160/mm(3)) and elevation of creatinine kinase and(More)
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