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Parastomal pyoderma gangrenosum: clinical features and management.
BACKGROUND The importance of pyoderma gangrenosum (PG) as a cause of ulceration around abdominal stomas is not well recognized. OBJECTIVE Our purpose was to describe the incidence, clinical andExpand
Surveillance of occupational skin disease: EPIDERM and OPRA
Consultant dermatologists in the U.K. have been reporting to EPIDERM, a voluntary surveillance scheme for occupational skin disease, since February 1993; reporting by occupational physicians to theExpand
The spectrum of skin disorders in abdominal stoma patients
Background Skin integrity is essential for the normal usage of a stoma appliance. However, there is little published on the prevalence, nature or management of stoma‐related skin disorders.
Skin disorders in amputees.
BACKGROUND Dermatologic problems restrict the normal use of a prosthetic limb. The importance of contact dermatitis to skin morbidity in a population of amputees and the selection criteria for patchExpand
Incidence by occupation and industry of work-related skin diseases in the United Kingdom, 1996-2001.
BACKGROUND Work-related skin disease is common but few cases are documented in statutory reports or disability systems. Voluntary reporting by specialist physicians provides more completeExpand
Safety and health in the construction industry
  • M. Beck
  • Computer Science, Medicine
  • BMJ
  • 20 October 1990
Topical tacrolimus in the management of peristomal pyoderma gangrenosum
BACKGROUND: Peristomal pyoderma gangrenosum (PPG) is a potentially disabling disease in stoma patients. Topical tacrolimus has been shown to be effective in the management of pyoderma gangrenosum.Expand
Contact hypersensitivity to topical corticosteroids
Topical corticosteroids are increasingly recognized as relatively common contact sensitizers. Between July 1988 and December 1991 2687 patients undergoing routine patch testing were also tested withExpand
Screening for corticosteroid contact hypersensitivity
To evaluate which corticosteroids are most useful for the detection of corticosteroid contact allergy in our population, 2123 patients were patch tested with a series of 6 corticosteroids in parallelExpand
Allergic contact dermatitis from latex rubber
Summary Previously we have found occasional patients with delayed hypersensitivity to latex (in rubber gloves) in the absence of allergy to any chemicals in the rubber chemical screen. There are manyExpand