Montserrat Bonfill-Ortí

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Leishmaniasis is endemic in several geographic areas of the world. In each of these areas, particular species of Leishmania with differing aggressiveness to humans predominate. In the European Mediterranean basin, cutaneous leishmaniasis usually presents with discrete, self-healing skin lesions. Although it is known that tumour necrosis factor (TNF)(More)
BACKGROUND The most frequent skin features associated with myotonic dystrophy type 1 (DM1) are frontal alopecia and pilomatrixomas. Several reports suggest that the incidence of basal cell carcinoma is increased in DM1. However, two recently published studies examining this topic have contradictory results. OBJECTIVE To retrospectively study the incidence(More)
INTRODUCTION AND OBJECTIVES Necrobiosis lipoidica (NL) is a chronic idiopathic granulomatous disease considered to occur in association with diabetes mellitus. Data on the frequency of this association, however, are inconsistent. Our aim was to retrospectively analyze the clinical characteristics of patients diagnosed with NL at our hospital and to(More)
BACKGROUND Skin metastases occur in 0.7% to 9% of all patients with cancer and are usually considered a late event in the evolution of most visceral carcinomas. The development of a nodular metastatic lesion on the nasal tip is known as clown nose sign. MAIN OBSERVATION We report a 64-year-old man that developed a nodular lesion on his nasal tip as first(More)
BACKGROUND Several studies support a strong association of Sweet syndrome (SS) with malignancy. However, only a few studies analysing the clinical features of malignancy-associated SS have been published in recent years. AIM To retrospectively study the clinical features of SS that could predict the development of associated malignancies and to analyse(More)
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