Susannah E Baron

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BACKGROUND The use of complementary and alternative medicine (CAM) is increasing throughout the Western world, particularly by patients with chronic disease. In 1999, 20% of the United Kingdom population reported that they had used CAM in the preceding 12 months. OBJECTIVES We sought to investigate the use of CAM by outpatients with general dermatologic(More)
Despite measures taken in France since 1990 to control the spread of bovine spongiform encephalopathy (BSE), the incidence of BSE cases notified in France by the BSE Epidemiological Surveillance Network has been rising in recent years. By 1 July 2000, 103
BACKGROUND The prevalence of atopic dermatitis (AD) is increasing worldwide, and many patients present to secondary care in adult life. This is a significant contribution to the workload of all dermatology departments. There are no studies investigating the impact of a dermatology consultation within secondary care. OBJECTIVES To examine the effect of(More)
BACKGROUND Infantile acne is a relatively uncommon condition; there are few data in the literature on the optimum treatment for this disorder. OBJECTIVES To review treatment results in infantile acne. METHODS We performed a retrospective review of 29 patients (24 boys and five girls) treated over a 25-year period. RESULTS The age at onset was 6-16(More)