Sarah L Woodrow

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We report the case of a woman who had pain in both heels which was exacerbated by long periods of exercise. On examination, there were small flesh-coloured papules which appeared over the medial and lateral aspects of the heels only on weight bearing. Coincidentally, she was noted to have larger flesh-coloured papules over the anterior surface of the shins.(More)
Mycosis fungoides (MF) is the most common cutaneous T-cell lymphoma. We report a case in which identical T-cell clones were identified in both patch and tumour stage lesions and in which the tumorous deposits, containing CD30-positive cells, regressed spontaneously. We discuss the differential diagnosis of the tumorous lesions and the spectrum of(More)
We report the case of a 39-year-old woman with a persistent congenital vascular lesion, which unusually is continuing to enlarge. Histologically, the lesion is a thin-walled haemangioma with numerous mast cells. Currently, the precise mechanism of vessel proliferation in such lesions is unknown, but it is important in the pathogenesis of both haemangiomas(More)
Sweet's syndrome is an acute neutrophilic dermatosis frequently found in association with other conditions, particularly inflammatory and neoplastic disease. We report here a patient who developed the condition 2 years after the diagnosis of non-Hodgkin's lymphoma (NHL), in this case affecting a tonsil, the thirteenth report of such an association. We(More)
We present a family with Buschke-Ollendorff syndrome presenting as elastic tissue naevi without evidence of osteopoikilosis. We discuss the variable expression of this syndrome in other families previously reported in the literature, the association of various connective tissue abnormalities and their correlation with the pathogenesis of this interesting(More)
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