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A 65-year-old woman on whom a cardiac catherization using iodine contrast had been performed developed 5 days later acute renal failure, respiratory insufficiency and cutaneous lesions consisting of two great vegetating masses located on both cheeks and pustular vesicular lesions on the extremities. A fortnight later, the patient died. We would like to(More)
Basal cell and squamous cell carcinomas are frequently located on the nose. Extensive destruction with some tumors may result in significant defects, which are challenging to reconstruct. Structural support, nasal lining, and surface covering all need to be restored. Structural support is often the most difficult, and autologous tissue (bone, septal,(More)
The nasal pyramid is frequently affected by nonmelanoma skin cancer. Sometimes the aggressiveness of tumours entails the extirpation of the mucosa, the cartilage, and the nasal skin. Reconstruction of the cartilaginous portion can be a surgical challenge. We demonstrate that titanium mesh can be an effective substitute for the cartilaginous portion of the(More)
Actas Dermosifiliogr. 2008;99:157-69 161 To the Editor: Reconstruction of the anterior aspect of the auricle of the ear after oncologic surgery is often complicated and requires imagination when planning the surgical technique. The techniques usually used are direct suture, grafts, second-intention healing, and postauricular pedicle flaps, in particular the(More)
Skin-directed therapies are used for early-stage mycosis fungoides, and include topical corticosteroids, carmustine, and nitrogen mustard, psoralen with UV-A (PUVA) photochemotherapy and, more recently, narrowband UV-B phototherapy.1-4 We performed a retrospective study of patients with early-stage (IA and IIB) mycosis fungoides who were treated with(More)
Actas Dermosifiliogr. 2007;98:291-5 294 transferase, CD30, CD3, CD20, serum protein S-100, CD119, and CD34. Based on these findings, the patient was diagnosed with leukemia cutis (LC). Specifically, the diagnosis was chloroma, or infiltration by myeloid or granulocytic sarcoma. The patient was referred to the reference hospital for pediatric oncology,(More)