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Isotretinoin vs etretinate therapy in generalized pustular and chronic psoriasis.
The clinical response to isotretinoin (13-cis-retinoic acid) in 11 patients with generalized pustular psoriasis was evaluated. Control of pustulation and systemic symptoms was achieved in ten cases,Expand
Eruptive pyogenic granulomas: a successfully treated patient and review of the literature
Summary Pyogenic granuloma, also known as lobular capillary haernangioma, is a solitary, benign vascular skin tumour. Although a single pyogenic granuloma is common, multiple eruptive pyogenicExpand
Co‐amoxiclav‐induced acute generalized exanthematous pustulosis confirmed by patch testing
A 34-year-old lady was referred from the maternity department with a rapidly evolving rash that had developed 2 days after an elective caesarean section. Examination showed a generalized itchy rashExpand
Etretin therapy for severe psoriasis. Evaluation of initial clinical responses.
We have investigated the clinical responses of 21 patients with severe psoriasis to therapy with etretin, a metabolite of etretinate. In a preliminary double-blind dose-finding study, the optimumExpand
Visual and cutaneous toxicity which occurs during N‐(4‐hydroxyphenyl) retinamide therapy for psoriasis
Vitamin A (retinol) has been used both topically and systemically in the treatment of skin disease for approximately 40 years (Berson, 1983). Retinol taken in high doses over a period of time canExpand
Chrysanthemum dermatitis in South Wales; diagnosis by patch testing with feverfew (Tanacetum parthenium) extract
Currently, chrysanthemum dermatitis appears to be the principle plant-induced dermatosis diagnosed in Cardiff, Wales. Florists and amateur gardeners appear to be affected, as would be expected. WeExpand
Potent topical steroid obtained from a Chinese herbalist
o i. Anli-HLA-I)R MAb. After d iiioiillis clobelasol treatment only endolbetial staining is found in the dermis. 5 Bracco GL, Sonni [„ Carll F et ul. A critical evaluation of clinical andExpand
Actinic reticuloid in a black man: successful therapy with azathioprine.
A 61-year-old black man suffering from actinic reticuloid with contact allergy to four substances, extreme sensitivity to both ultraviolet A and ultraviolet B, normal visible light sensitivity, andExpand
Progesterone‐induced urticaria—need it be autoimmune?
Summary A patient with persistent urticaria related to the premenstrual phase of the menstrual cycle is presented. Although systemic administration of progesterone provoked the eruption, we wereExpand
Treatment of severe psoriasis with intravenous somatostatin
Previous uncontrolled studies have reported the beneficial effects of somatostatin in the treatment of psoriasis. This manuscript reports a double-blind, placebo-controlled study of intravenousExpand