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BACKGROUND There is a lack of published evidence for treatment and outcome measures for vulval erosive lichen planus (ELPV). OBJECTIVES To conduct a multicentre case note review to examine real-life management of ELPV comparing current U.K. practice against an agreed audit standard. METHODS Criteria for standards of care for which to evaluate current(More)
BACKGROUND There is no defined set of criteria for diagnosing erosive lichen planus affecting the vulva (ELPV) and there is geographical variation in management. OBJECTIVES To reach consensus on clinicopathological diagnostic criteria for ELPV. METHODS This was a three-stage international electronic-Delphi exercise with a subsequent formal feedback(More)
This review summarizes important clinical developments in acne treatment identified in five systematic reviews and two significant primary research studies, published between March 2010 and February 2011. Although evidence showing a direct link between development of bacterial resistance and oral antibiotic therapy for acne is not convincing, prescribers(More)
Symptoms and signs of vulval skin disorders are common. These conditions can have a considerable impact on quality of life, restricting physical activities and causing difficulty in everyday activities and may also affect social, psychosexual and psychological well-being. There are no standardized measures routinely used to assess the impact of vulval(More)
A 35-year-old male with classical Hodgkin's lymphoma (nodular sclerosing, grade 1 histology, clinical stage 2A) underwent a positron emission tomography (PET) scan to assess response to treatment. Half body CT PET imaging was obtained using a Siemens Biograph scanner from eyes to thighs. 405 MBq of 18-fluorodeoxyglucose (FDG) was injected with acquisition(More)