Rhonda Breit

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BACKGROUND In 1979, Provost described two patients with the clinical features of disseminated cicatricial pemphigoid for the first time. Until now, only four additional cases of disseminated cicatricial pemphigoid have been described. Existence of diagnosis of disseminated cicatricial pemphigoid has been discussed controversially because in four cases(More)
  • R Breit
  • Der Hautarzt; Zeitschrift für Dermatologie…
  • 1979
An additional case of epidermolysis bullosa dystrophica inversa is reported. A review of the literature shows that until now reports about probably 15 patients from seven families were published, although the first 13 patients were not investigated by electron microscope [3]. By blistering beneath the basal lamina similar to the Hallopeau-Siemens type these(More)
Methyl salicylate (oil of wintergreen) in the form of candy flavoring was ingested by a 21-month-old male infant who subsequently developed vomiting, lethargy, and hyperpnea. A "swallow" of the solution resulted in a serum salicylate concentration of 81 mg/dL six hours after ingestion. The infant was treated with parenteral fluids and sodium bicarbonate and(More)
  • R Breit
  • MMW, Münchener medizinische Wochenschrift
  • 1975
Phototoxic and photoallergic reactions of the skin are certainly not very common, but, on the other hand, the complete list of medicinal substances which are accused of causing them is extremely extensive. For this reason, dispensing with many details, an attempt is made to present the basis of such reactions. After irradiation with longwave ultra-violet(More)
Although pyoctanin is widely used in medicine, there are hardly any reports of contact allergy to it. Most reports of side-effects refer to irritant reactions after topical application. We describe 2 patients who developed pyoctanin contact dermatitis after long-term application on damaged skin. Positive patch test results down to concentrations of 0.0025%(More)
Palpable arciform migratory erythema of Clark (PAME) has been described as a rare member in the group of T-cell pseudolymphoma. The clinical picture of infiltrated annular erythema developing into large migrating lesions with the trunk as predilection site is distinctive from other pseudolymphomas. Because of the very similar histology and(More)