Pesticide-induced scleroderma and early intensive immunosuppressive treatment.


The authors report 2 children with generalized cutaneous sclerosis exposed to pesticides containing malathion and diniconazole. Treatment with immunosuppressives resulted in partial improvement in the cutaneous signs, particularly over the face, trunk, and proximal limbs. The considerable exposure to chemicals related with the initiation of symptoms and… (More)
DOI: 10.1080/19338244.2011.564231

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