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  • Periocular Amyloidosis Manifesting as Pseudopemphigoid Treated With Mitomycin C. [Journal Article]
  • CCornea 2017 Jan 11
  • Vahdani K, Thaller VT, … Dean AF
  • CONCLUSIONS: Pseudopemphigoid represents a rare manifestation of periocular amyloid. Risks and benefits of surgical procedures in this context need to be carefully weighed to minimize the risk of secondary complications. Topical mitomycin C may be considered as a relatively safe adjunct in managing the cicatricial component of the disease.
  • Pilot study of mobile phone technology in allergic rhinitis in European countries. The MASK-rhinitis study. [Journal Article]
  • AAllergy 2017 Jan 10
  • Bousquet J, Caimmi DP, … Zuberbier T
  • CONCLUSIONS: This is the first App (iOS and Android) to have tested for allergic rhinitis and conjunctivitis. A simple questionnaire administered by cell phones enables the identification of phenotypic differences between a priori defined rhinitis groups. The results suggest novel concepts and research questions in allergic rhinitis that may not be identified using classical methods. This article is protected by copyright. All rights reserved.
  • Sporadic cases of adult measles: a research article. [Journal Article]
  • BRBMC Res Notes 2017 Jan 10; 10(1):38
  • Premaratna R, Luke N, … Chandrasena TG
  • CONCLUSIONS: At least a 3-5 day delay in the diagnosis was observed (even after the appearance of the rash in some patients), due to non-awareness of its occurrence, unfamiliarity of measles in adults, non-specific nature of the illness and non-availability of rapid diagnostics, risking transmission to the immune-compromised or non-immune staff or patients. Identification of the source of infection in these sporadic adult cases and their virologic surveillance and molecular epidemiology will be important to interrupt the transmission and to achieve the targeted elimination of measles from Sri Lanka by 2020.
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