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Eczema and keratoconus.
  • P. Copeman
  • Medicine
    British medical journal
  • 23 October 1965
TLDR
The quantities of lactate and pyruvate circulating during the immediate post-operative period amount to 4 mEq/l, and although the reason for their continued production is at present obscure they do not appear to be harmful per se.
Immunofluorescence of cutaneous vasculitis associated with systemic disease.
We found a heterogeneous group of systemic diseases (15 to 26 cases) associated with necrotizing angiitis. Patterns of dermal vessel immunofluorescence were related to specific clinical and
Familial lichen planus ANOTHER DISEASE OR A DISTINCT PEOPLE?
When lichen planus strikes families, a very rare happening, it is likely to afflict younger members, to erupt more acutely, extensively, and gravely, attacking also nails and mucous membranes, and to
Pigmented hairy epidermal nevus (Becker).
The pigmented hairy epidermal nevus (Becker) is a variety of epidermal nevus in which epidermal thickening may be minimal and hairiness and pigmentation obvious. Characteristically it is a unilateral
MICROVASCULAR PATTERN AND BLOOD STASIS IN SKIN DISEASE
TLDR
Some of the factors contributing to severe intravascular stasis in the blood vessels supplying the epidermis and the influence of cold on blood viscosity in the papillary vessel are discussed.
Livedo reticularis *
  • P. Copeman
  • Medicine
    The British journal of dermatology
  • 1 November 1975
TLDR
The clinical sign of livedo reticularis derives from stasis of blood in the superficial venous drainage systems of the skin, notably hyperviscosity of the blood itself and obstruction due to disease affecting dermal arteries, capillaries, or venules.
Topical 5‐aminosalicylic acid: a treatment for aphthous ulcers
TLDR
5‐ASA cream is believed to be an effective treatment for aphthous ulcers and to have shortened healing time and reduced the difficulty in eating in the treated group.
Cleopatra's needle: dermatology's weightiest achievement.
  • P. Copeman
  • Medicine
    British medical journal
  • 21 January 1978
Immunological associations of the halo naevus with cutaneous malignant melanoma *
TLDR
Fifteen patients with resolving halo naevi are found to have an antibody against the cytoplasm of malignant melanoma cells that disappears once resolution of the naevus is complete or after a solitary active halo Naevus has been excised.
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