Martin Xavier Doré

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Vitiligo is a cutaneous pigmentary disorder characterized by the loss of melanocytes. An autoimmune mechanism is strongly suspected to be involved in this affection given that it is frequently associated with autoimmune hormonal disorders, and because antibodies directed against melanocytic antigens are found in the serum of patients with vitiligo. We(More)
Stimulation of bone resorption by local factors, the cytokines, is key to the development of hypercalcemia in multiple myeloma patients. Parathyroid hormone-related peptide, the systemic factor found in humoral hypercalcemia, has rarely been incriminated in myeloma. We report a case of myeloma with hypercalcemia and elevated serum level of parathyroid(More)
INTRODUCTION The Muir-Torre Syndrome is a rare genodermatosis, defined by the occurrence of cutaneous tumors (such as sebaceous adenomas, epitheliomas, or carcinomas, and/or keratoacanthomas), and internal malignancies. Recently, molecular analysis in hereditary non polyposis colorectal cancer demonstrated a common genetic basis, linking these two(More)
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