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  • A Novel Approach to the Treatment of Pembrolizumab-induced Psoriasis Exacerbation: A Case Report. [Case Reports]
    Cureus 2019; 11(10):e5824Monsour EP, Pothen J, Balaraman R
  • While immune checkpoint inhibitors have been groundbreaking for cancer treatment, there are many reported cases of patients undergoing immunotherapy who have discontinued or temporarily interrupted treatment due to the development of autoimmune-related adverse effects. Here, we present a 63-year-old female with a history of psoriasis (in spontaneous remission) and newly diagnosed poorly different…
  • Bullous dermatoses secondary to anti-PD-L1 agents: a case report and review of the literature. [Journal Article]
    Dermatol Online J 2019; 25(10)Kosche C, Owen JL, … Choi JN
  • Immune checkpoint inhibitors are used to treat numerous malignancies but may be associated with severe adverse events. Bullous dermatoses, chiefly bullous pemphigoid (BP), are potentially progressive adverse events that cause blistering skin lesions and may involve a significant body surface area. Herein, we report an 87-year-old man with urothelial cell carcinoma undergoing atezolizumab treatmen…
  • Determination and occurrence of natural and synthetic glucocorticoids in surface waters. [Journal Article]
    Environ Int 2019; 134:105278Shen X, Chang H, … Wan Y
  • Glucocorticoids (GCs) have been increasingly reported to have adverse effects on aquatic organisms, but the lack of comprehensive analytical methods for a broad number of GCs has limited the effective management of pollution by these molecules in surface and coastal waters. In this study, we developed an original analytical method for simultaneously monitoring 25 natural GCs, and 43 synthetic GCs…
  • [Penile malakoplakia associated with lichen sclerosus]. [Journal Article]
    Ann Dermatol Venereol 2019Amsellem J, Corgibet F, … Dauendorffer JN
  • CONCLUSIONS: Malakoplakia of the genital mucosa is rare, with only one case of involvement of the glans being reported in the literature. The association with lichen sclerosus is probably not fortuitous but could in fact be due to chronic urinary tract infection favored by stenosis of the urethral meatus and possible local immunodepression following prolonged application of clobetasol.We report a case of penile malakoplakia associated with chronic E. coli urinary tract infection, due originally to associated genital lichen sclerosus.
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