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Patients with HIV infection exhibit a wide range of skin pathology, including bacterial, fungal, and viral infections, skin tumors, inflammatory and eczematous eruptions, and drug rashes. HIV-infected adults commonly develop a condition that strongly resembles atopic dermatitis and is sometimes...
Dermatologic manifestations of adverse drug reactions are commonly encountered in both hospital-based and ambulatory medical practice. Diagnosis is confounded by the myriad clinical presentations associated with cutaneous drug eruptions. Some presentations are highly characteristic, while others...
In ordinary urticaria, individual lesions disappear within 24 hours. However, we sometimes encounter patients whose eruptions last longer than 24 hours, but without evidence of vasculitis or a history of exposure to pressure. In these patients, histology reveals a perivascular infiltration,...
Otitis media continues to present a major challenge to practitioners in the clinical setting. With the ever-increasing trend toward the use of a sound research-structured approach to health care and the use of evidence-based guidelines, it is important to have an understanding of these findings...
Almost every child will suffer at least one episode of otitis media (OM). Therefore, it is not immediately obvious that there is a genetic predisposition to the development of the disease. However, evidence from a variety of studies has shown that there is a clear genetic component to...
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