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The Metabolic Basis of Inherited Diseases
- R. Winkelmann
- 1 August 1972
The volume begins with an introduction to molecular genetics and proceeds to establish the utility of the approach to clinical medicine, which has been completely rewritten by knowledgeable authors who write clearly and in concise detail about each subject. Expand
Severity Scoring of Atopic Dermatitis: The SCORAD Index
Assessment methods for atopic dermatitis are not standardized, and therapeutic studies are difficult to interpret, so consensus on these methods is needed to obtain a consensus on them. Expand
ALOPECIA AREATA. AN EVALUATION OF 736 PATIENTS.
Alopecia areata has been described as associated with diseases of the endocrine glands, various tension states and emotional shock, errors of refraction, vitiligo, and neurodermatitis, and as a result of reflex irritations from focal lesions such as dental abscesses and from traumatic events. Expand
Generalized granuloma annulare: clinical and laboratory findings in 100 patients.
Clinical and laboratory records of 100 biopsy-proved cases of generalized granuloma annulare seen at the Mayo Clinic between 1966 and 1986 were reviewed, and follow-up data indicated a chronic, relapsing course in most patients. Expand
Atypical lipoma, atypical intramuscular lipoma, and well differentiated retroperitoneal liposarcoma. A reappraisal of 30 cases formerly classified as well differentiated liposarcoma
It is suggested that the term “well differentiated retroperitoneal liposarcoma” be retained for cases of this type, and atypical intramuscular lipoma is proposed for this group. Expand
Necrobiosis lipoidica diabeticorum. A clinical and pathological investigation of 171 cases.
Of 171 patients having necrobiosis lipoidica diabeticorum (NLD), III had diabetes mellitus and 60 did not, and many of those having normal responses to the tests gave family histories of Diabetes mellitus. Expand
Anetoderma. Clinical findings, associations, and long-term follow-up evaluations.
It is indicated that patients with anetoderma must be examined for associated eye, bone, heart, pulmonary, digestive tract, and endocrine abnormalities for a better assessment of their skin disorders. Expand
Erythema elevatum diutinum: a clinicopathological study
- S. M. Wilkinson, J. English, N. Smith, E. Wilson-Jones, R. Winkelmann
- Clinical and experimental dermatology
- 1 March 1992
Erythema elevatum diutinum is a syndrome of vasculitis in which lesions, typically over the extensor surfaces, show a mixed inflammatory infiltrate on biopsy, and dapsone remains the initial treatment of choice. Expand
- R. Winkelmann
- Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences
- 1 February 1963
Evidence concerning the enzymes of the nevus and related structures is reviewed, including cholinesterase, which is an enzyme associated particularly with neural tissue found in motor end plates and red blood cells. Expand