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(Arthropod related skin lesions)
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  • Clinical and epidemiological characteristics of cutaneous leishmaniasis in Sri Lanka. [Journal Article]
  • BIBMC Infect Dis 2018 03 06; 18(1):108
  • Iddawela D, Vithana SMP, … Wijekoon L
  • CONCLUSIONS: An increasing trend in the spread of cutaneous leishmaniasis from endemic to non-endemic areas has become evident. Positive contact history and sandfly exposure were significant risk factors for smear positivity which may indicate the possibility of human reservoir hosts in infection transmission. Lack of pruritus, scaly appearance and erythema were highly significant lesion characteristics associated with Leishmania positive smears which can be used for the clinical diagnosis of CL.
  • Assessment of demodex presence in acne-like rash associated with cetuximab. [Journal Article]
  • COCutan Ocul Toxicol 2017; 36(3):220-223
  • Aksu Arıca D, Ozturk Topcu T, … Kavgacı H
  • CONCLUSIONS: In this study, it has been concluded that acne-like rash that develops under the treatment of cetuximab is not related to the presence of demodex mites. Papulopustular eruptions that develop under cetuximab treatment should not be directly correlated with the presence of demodex; first SSSB and demodex presence should be evaluated.
  • [Main parasitic skin disorders]. [Review]
  • RMRev Med Interne 2017; 38(1):17-27
  • Bernigaud C, Monsel G, … Chosidow O
  • Cutaneous parasitic skin diseases are frequent in human pathology. There are few reliable epidemiological data on the prevalence and/or incidence of such diseases. Skin parasites are cosmopolitan but...
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