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Reticulate eruptions: Part 2. Historical perspectives, morphology, terminology and classification2014.01.10
Reticulate eruptions of vascular origin may represent an underlying arterial, venous, microvascular or combined pathology. In the presence of arterial pathology, individual rings are centred around ascending arterial vessels that supply the correspon...
Livedo Reticularis: A Side Effect of Interferon Therapy in a Pediatric Patient with Melanoma2014.01.09
Livedo reticularis is a lacy mottling of the skin that can have many etiologies. We report a case of an 8-year-old boy with a diagnosis of melanoma who developed persistent livedo reticularis during treatment with interferon alpha-2B. To our knowledg...
Treatment of Syringoma Using an Ablative 10,600-nm Carbon Dioxide Fractional Laser: A Prospective Analysis of 35 Patients2014.01.09
BACKGROUND Treatment of syringoma aims to destroy the dermal tumor using methods that can include surgical excision, electrodessication, cryosurgery, chemical peeling, and laser ablation, but complete removal of syringomas is often unsuccessful, and ...
A Ten-Year Retrospective Study on Livedo Vasculopathy in Asian Patients2014.01.09
Introduction: This study aims to analyse the clinico-epidemiological characteristics of Asian patients diagnosed with livedo vasculopathy (LV). Materials and Methods: We performed a retrospective analysis of all patients diagnosed with LV from 1997 t...
The prevalence of abnormal pulse wave velocity, pulse contour analysis and anklebrachial index in patients with livedo reticularis: a controlled study2014.01.09
Objective. To evaluate the prevalence of abnormal pulse wave velocity (PWV), pulse contour analysis (PCA) and abnormal anklebrachial pressure index (ABPI) in patients with livedo reticularis (livedo) and without livedo.Methods. We recruited 74 patie...
Livedoid Vasculopathy: Clinical Features and Treatment in 24 Chinese Patients2014.01.09
Livedo vasculopathy (LV) is a chronic cutaneous disorder characterised by recurrent, painful ulceration ending in stellate scars. We have conducted a retrospective study of clinical features and treatment response of LV in 24 Chinese patients. LV occ...
Livedoid vasculopathy: an intringuing cutaneous disease2014.01.09
Livedoid vasculopathy is a skin disease that occludes the blood vessels of the dermis. It has a pauciinflammatory or non-inflammatory nature. It is characterized by the presence of macular or papular, erythematous-purpuric lesions affecting the legs,...
Livedoid vasculopathy – current aspects of diagnosis and treatment of cutaneous infarction2014.01.08
Livedoid vasculopathy is a rare, chronic, recurrent disease of the cutaneous microcirculation. Its typical clinical manifestation is a triad which consists of livedo racemosa of the skin, episodic painful ulcerations of the distal aspects of the legs...
Treatment of livedoid vasculopathy with alprostadil (PGE-1): case report and review of published literature2014.01.08
The diagnosis and treatment of livedoid vasculopathy is a challenge to the clinician.1 A 47-year-old patient presented with livid reticular discoloration and ulceration on both legs, aggravated by exposure to cold since the age of 26 years. Clinical ...
Patient Perception of Levido Reticularis due to Amantadine2014.01.08
Livedo reticularis (LR) is a “fish-net like” mottling of the skin, and is attributed to a variety of factors. Amantadine, a medication used in Parkinson’s disease, has been known to cause LR localized to the lower, and to a rarer extent, the upper...
The Histopathological characteristics of livedo reticularis2014.01.08
Background: Livedo reticularis (LR) is a skin disorder characterized by a reddish-blue mottling of the skin in a ‘‘fishnet’’ reticular pattern. The aim of this study was to investigate the major histopathological characteristics of LR and determi...
Livedo reticularis as an initial clinical manifestation of gemcitabine-induced hemolytic uremic syndrome2014.01.08
A 46-year-old Caucasian female with a history of pancreatic cancer stage IV A, locally advanced disease treated surgically with a distal pancreatectomy, splenectomy in October 2008 and medically with six cycles of the chemotherapy agent gemcitabine (...
A case of sarcoidosis with livedo2014.01.08
A 35-year-old woman presented to our department in the end of May 2006 with a chief complaint of misty vision and dysphagia since February, and reticular purplish erythema on both legs fromearlyMay. Her family history and past history were unremarkab...
Livedo Vasculopathy Associated with IgM Anti-phosphatidylserine-prothrombin Compiex Antibody2014.01.08
Livedo vasculopathy (LV) is a chronic recurrent disease affecting the lower extremities, clinically developing livedo reticularis, purpuric tnacules, painful ulcers, hyperpigmentation and atrophie scars ( 1 ). Histopathologically, there are segmental...
Likely Amantadine-Induced Livedo Reticularis in a Child2014.01.08
We present an 11-year-old boy with livedo reticularis (LR) secondary to amantadine treatment for his attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD).We are unaware of previous reports of amantadine-induced LR associated with treatment for ADHD in the...
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