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Two cases of juvenile hyalin fibromatosis. Some histological, electron microscopic, and tissue culture observations.
Siblings were examined for multiple large tumors on various parts of the body accompanied by whitish nodules, hypertrophic gingiva, and flexural contracture of the large joints of the extremities.Expand
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Anaphylactic symptoms due to chlorhexidine gluconate.
Six patients who developed urticaria, dyspnea, and anaphylactic shock due to topical application of chlorhexidine gluconate solution are described. Chlorhexidine gluconate was confirmed as theExpand
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IgE antibody to sweat in atopic dermatitis.
Of 45 patients with atopic dermatitis skin-tested with their own sweat, 43 showed positive immediate-type skin reactions to titres between 1 and 256. Of 22 non-atopic patients 18 showed negativeExpand
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Increasing incidence of streptococcal impetigo in atopic dermatitis.
Streptococcal impetigo associated with atopic dermatitis has dramatically increased from 1989 to 1994 in outpatients visiting our hospital, totalling 174 cases. The most frequent causative agentsExpand
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Reticular Erythematous Mucinosis Syndrome
A 71‐year‐old man visited us with asymptomatic erythematous patches of two years' duration on the sternum and right costal arch areas. Histologically there was an appreciable amount of lymphocyticExpand
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Masked type I wheat allergy. Relation to exercise-induced anaphylaxis.
Six patients had type I hypersensitivity to wheat. Three cases were exercise-induced anaphylaxis to wheat, one was exercise-induced urticarial reaction to wheat (with angioedema), and the remainingExpand
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Nocturnal scratching and its relationship to the disturbed sleep of itchy subjects
This study of the relationship between nocturnal scratching and sleep is based on an analysis of 17 overnight polygraphic records of the scratch bouts and EEG of severely itchy patients. Our patientsExpand
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Acute Urticaria: History and Natural Course of 50 Cases
Fifty patients with acute urticaria who visited within a week after the onset were interviewed and the history around the onset of urticaria was carefully taken. It was known that the majority of theExpand
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Effect of short-term egg exclusion diet on infantile atopic dermatitis and its relation to egg allergy: a single-blind test.
A unique, single-blind, controlled trial of egg exclusion was performed in infants under 3 years of age, with atopic dermatitis, and/or their breast-feeding mothers. All subjects were put on anExpand
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To the Editor.— Psoriasis is said to be a common disease in the white 1(p1067) and in some groups of Negroes. 2 This is based chiefly on the high incidence of this disease at skin clinics in EuropeExpand
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