Common ground?: Tetracyclines, matrix metalloproteinases, pustular dermatoses, and loxoscelism.

@article{King2007CommonGT,
  title={Common ground?: Tetracyclines, matrix metalloproteinases, pustular dermatoses, and loxoscelism.},
  author={Lloyd E. King},
  journal={The Journal of investigative dermatology},
  year={2007},
  volume={127 6},
  pages={1284-6}
}
  • Lloyd E. King
  • Published 2007 in The Journal of investigative dermatology
The fear of spiders is ancient and common throughout much of the world. Skin ulceration and necrosis due to Loxosceles spider envenomation ("bites") is among the best known sequelae of a usually accidental encounter. Therapies for Loxosceles envenomations either are not well documented or have adverse side effects that limit their use by generalists. Based… CONTINUE READING