R L Detlefs

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The occasional concurrence of junctional epidermolysis bullosa and pyloric atresia has been documented in the literature. Several infants reported as having this combined disorder were also noted to have significant genitourinary disease. We treated a 4 1/2-year-old boy with mild cutaneous manifestations of junctional epidermolysis bullosa, corrected(More)
A 61-year-old woman developed a cutaneous angiosarcoma of the lower abdomen in the site where she had received radiotherapy for squamous cell carcinoma of the cervix uteri 23 years earlier. The rarity of this event and the dermatologist's general unfamiliarity with this late complication of radiation therapy have prompted a review of cutaneous(More)
Two neonates who had different vesicular eruptions were erroneously diagnosed as having herpes simplex infections because of false positive results of herpes simplex fluorescent antibody slide tests. The infants, who proved to have incontinentia pigmenti and histiocytosis X, respectively, had multiple vesicular lesions containing numerous eosinophils.(More)
Transepidermal elimination of foreign material or altered tissue from the dermis has been reported in the literature with increasing frequency. We recently observed a rather dramatic example of transepidermal elimination of altered collagen that seemed to fit the original description of collagènome perforant verruciforme. Although described in Europe, to(More)
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