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ALLMedicine™ Acrodermatitis Center

Research & Reviews  132 results

Therapeutic Use of Trace Elements in Dermatology.
Alternative Therapies in Health and Medicine; Gade A, Hwang JR et. al.

Jul 16th, 2021 - Trace elements (microminerals) play a role in many physiological functions, including hormone production and cellular growth. However, their importance in diagnosing and treating dermatologic disease has not been well examined. In this review, we ...

Transient symptomatic zinc deficiency in an exclusively breastfed infant.
BMJ Case Reports; Crisóstomo M, Santos MC et. al.

Jul 2nd, 2021 - A 3-month-old, full term female infant, adequate for gestational age, and exclusively breastfed, was admitted with a 10 day history of generalised scaling erythematous dermatitis, affecting the face (perinasal, nasolabial folds and periauricular),...

A pitfall in diagnosing psoriatic arthritis resolved by ultrasound: acrodermatitis cont...
Rheumatology (Oxford, England); Müller S, Wilsmann-Theis D et. al.

Jun 16th, 2021 - A pitfall in diagnosing psoriatic arthritis resolved by ultrasound: acrodermatitis continua suppurativa of hallopeau.|2021|Müller S,Wilsmann-Theis D,Karakostas P,Poortinga S,Balakirski G,|

Inhibition of Progression of Acrodermatitis Continua of Hallopeau With Baricitinib.
JAMA Dermatology; Han GM, Yang WS et. al.

Mar 4th, 2021 - Inhibition of Progression of Acrodermatitis Continua of Hallopeau With Baricitinib.|2021|Han GM,Yang WS,Yang B,|

Acrodermatitis enteropathica in a 3-month-old boy.
CMAJ : Canadian Medical Association Journal = Journal De ... Leung AKC, Leong KF et. al.

Feb 18th, 2021 - Acrodermatitis enteropathica in a 3-month-old boy.|2021|Leung AKC,Leong KF,Lam JM,|

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Clinicaltrials.gov  3 results

Borrelia Species in Cutaneous Lyme Borreliosis

Apr 17th, 2019 - The aim of this study is to identify the species of Borrelia involved in the dermatologic manifestations of Lyme borreliosis in France. Indeed, in Europe, as opposed to North America, many bacterial species are involved in Lyme borreliosis. Yet, v...

Laboratory Characteristics in Chronic Atrophic Acrodermatitis

May 4th, 2018 - The main objective of this study is to characterize the inflammatory proteins, gene polymorphisms, and transcriptome profiles in patients with chronic atrophic dermatitis to gain better insight into pathogenesis of chronic infection with Borrelia ...

Zinc Homeostasis and Kinetics in Children With Cystic Fibrosis (CF)

Jul 30th, 2015 - Overt zinc deficiency presents with features of acrodermatitis enteropathica (AE) including diarrhea, dermatitis, growth failure, and poor immune function. AE has been described as a complication of cystic fibrosis, and can be the initial presenti...

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News  10 results

Digits in Distress
Joe R. Monroe, MPAS, PA

Mar 19th, 2020 - ANSWER The correct answer is acrodermatitis of Hallopeau (choice “c”). DISCUSSION Acrodermatitis of Hallopeau (ADH), a rare form of pustular psoriasis, affects the distal digits with changes typified by this patient’s case.

Prurigo Pigmentosa Induced by Ketosis: Resolution Through Dietary Modification

Mar 20th, 2019 - A variety of therapeutic options are used in the treatment of PP, with the most effective agents being oral antibiotics including dapsone, minocycline, and doxycycline, all of which limit the local tissue inflammatory response and cytotoxic effect.

En Coup de Sabre

Jan 8th, 2019 - Comment Etiology and Presentation En coup de sabre is a rare subtype of linear morphea that involves the frontoparietal scalp and forehead. 7,12,13 It manifests as a solitary, linear, fibrous plaque that involves the skin, underlying muscle, and bo.

Acrodermatitis Enteropathica From Zinc-Deficient Total Parenteral Nutrition

Jun 7th, 2018 - Comment Background Acrodermatitis enteropathica is a rare autosomal-recessive disorder of zinc metabolism characterized by skin lesions predominantly distributed in acral and periorificial sites as well as alopecia and diarrhea. Acrodermatitis ent.

Make the Diagnosis - May 2018
Donna Bilu Martin, MD

Apr 11th, 2018 - Erythema infectiosum, also known as fifth disease, is a viral exanthem linked to parvovirus B19. Generally, school-aged children are most often affected.

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