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Priscila Kakizaki, Aline Donati, Neusa Yuriko Sakai Valente, Ricardo Romiti
Graham-Little-Piccardi-Lassueur syndrome is a rare lichenoid dermatosis. It is characterized by the triad of scarring alopecia of the scalp, alopecia of the axilla and or groin, and keratotic follicular papules of the body. The present paper reports on two cases affecting young women. Histopathological findings suggest the disorder represents a generalized form of lichen planus follicularis.
July 2015: Dermatology Online Journal
M Teresa Vizoso, Carmen Quesada
BACKGROUND: A catalogue of types from the Herbarium of the University of Granada has not previously been compiled. As a result, a search of these collections in order to compile digital images for preservation and publication yielded a large number of formerly unrecognized types. NEW INFORMATION: This dataset contains the specimen records from the catalogue of the nomenclature types of fungi and lichens in the Herbarium of the University of Granada, Spain. These herbarium specimens are included in the GDA and GDAC collections, acronyms from Index Herbariorum (Thiers 2014)...
2015: Biodiversity Data Journal
Luís Carlos Spolidorio, Vinícius Rangel Martins, Ruchele Dias Nogueira, Denise Madalena Spolidorio
Candidosis is the most common fungal infection in the oral cavity, and is usually associated with local and systemic predisposing factors. The occurrence and relevance of Candidal infection in oral lesions such as liquen planus, leukoplakias and carcinomas are still to be understood. The aim of the present study was to define the frequency of infection by Candida sp. on biopsies of oral mucosal lesions and associate its presence with malignant and dysplastic lesions. Histopathology reports issued between 1990 and 2001 inclusive were reviewed...
January 2003: Pesquisa Odontológica Brasileira, Brazilian Oral Research
G Villeda-Gabriel, L C Santamaría-Cogollos, R Pérez-Lorenzo, E Reyes-Maldonado, A Saúl, F Jurado-Santacruz, L Jiménez-Zamudio, E García-Latorre
BACKGROUND: Guttate psoriasis is associated with infections by Streptococcus pyogenes and cross-reactions between skin and streptococcal antigens have been reported, suggesting an autoimmune component in the disease. METHODS: In this work, the authors looked for antibodies against S. pyogenes M-5 antigens by immunoblot in 52 sera of psoriasis patients and in 52 sera of normal individuals. Histological and immunohistochemical analysis in skin biopsies from lesions of another group of 16 clinically diagnosed guttate psoriasis patients and four healthy controls were also carried out...
1998: Archives of Medical Research
I Pinazo Canales, I Betlloch Mas, F Mestre Bauza, F Salva Armengod, F Parras Vázquez, J Alomar Cardell
Several cutaneous entities described in Europe as Chronic Migrans Erythema (CME), Mild Cutis Lymphadenosis (MCL) and Chronic Atrophyc Acrodermatitis (CAA) constitute clinical manifestations of a Borrellia Burgdorferi. The presence of clinical and hystologic lesions similar to those of liquen esclerosus and atrophyc (LEA) and localized esclerodermia (morphea) in patients with CAA has driven to several authors to demonstrate the aethiologic participation of B. Burgdorferi in patients carrying those cutaneous lesions with contradictory results...
April 1990: Revista Clínica Española
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