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Effect of dietary supplementation with very-long-chain n-3 fatty acids in patients with psoriasis.
Dietary supplementation with very-long-chain n-3 fatty acids was no better than corn-oil supplementation in treating psoriasis, and there was no significant difference in clinical manifestations between the groups.
The Scandinavian multicenter photopatch study 1980-1985: final report.
- P. Thune, C. Jansen, G. Wennersten, I. Rystedt, H. Brodthagen, N. McFadden
- 1 December 1988
The principal photoallergens and contact allergens in the PLE, persistent light reaction and actinic reticuloid groups are discussed, together with the problems, risks and possible mechanisms of induction of photosensitization in patients with suspected photodermatosis.
Effect of a new narrow-band UVB lamp on photocarcinogenesis in mice.
Compared with the previous study where conventional broad-band Philips TL 12 UVB irradiation was used, tumours appeared earlier with the new Philips TL 01 lamp, and the total irradiation dose was several times greater in the TL 01 assay while the total MED dose was considerably less.
The prevalence of fibromyalgia among patients with psoriasis.
- P. Thune
- MedicineActa dermato-venereologica
The results indicate that fibromyalgia and allied symptoms are frequent in female patients with psoriasis and constitute important problems with regard to disability and health-related quality of life.
The water barrier function of the skin in relation to the water content of stratum corneum, pH and skin lipids. The effect of alkaline soap and syndet on dry skin in elderly, non-atopic patients.
Hydration, surface lipids, skin pH and water barrier function as expressed by the transepidermal water loss were studied in both dry and normal skin and an inverse relationship was demonstrated between TEWL and skin hydration.
Effect of dietary supplementation with n‐3 fatty acids on clinical manifestations of psoriasis
- A. Bjørneboe, A. K. Smith, GUNN‐ELIN AA. Bjørneboe, P. Thune, C. Drevon
- MedicineThe British journal of dermatology
- 1 January 1988
There was no significant change in the clinical manifestations of psoriasis in either group after 8 weeks of treatment, and the amount of n‐3 fatty acids in serum phospholipids was significantly increased at the end of trial as compared to pre‐treatment values.
Contact allergy due to tea tree oil and cross‐sensitization to colophony
The Scandinavian standard photopatch test procedure *
- C. Jansén, G. Wennersten, Ingela Rystedi, P. Thune, H. Brodthagen
- MedicineContact dermatitis
- 1 June 1982
Preliminary experience with the Scandinavian photopatch set‐up has been encouraging, and several positive reactions to most of the substances used have been recorded in the first 350 patients tested.
The Scandinavian multicenter photopatch study
The Scandinavian photopatch test procedure has been applied to 745 patients with suspected photodermatoses during the years 1980‐1981. Our experience has been encouraging with the recording of…
Photosensitivity and allergy to aromatic lichen acids, Compositae oleoresins and other plant substances
Sixteen patients with verified light sensitivity to both UVB and UVA wavebands showed allergic reactions to various lichen plants, and atranorin was observed to be the most frequently involved allergen.