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  • An outbreak of scalp white piedra in a Brazilian children day care. [Journal Article]
    Rev Inst Med Trop Sao Paulo 2008 Sep-Oct; 50(5):307-9Roselino AM, Seixas AB, … Maffei CM
  • White piedra is a superficial mycosis caused by Trichosporon spp. that affects the hair shaft of any part of the body. It is presented an outbreak of scalp white piedra seen in 5.8% of the children frequenting a day care in Northeastern of São Paulo State, Brazil. Mycological exam and culture identified T. cutaneum in all five cases, and scanning electron microscopy of nodules around hair shaft i…
  • [Malignant localized fibrous tumor of the pleura]. [Case Reports]
    Acta Med Port 2001 Jul-Aug; 14(4):435-40Franca T, Pinto E, … Velho HV
  • The authors report a case of a localized fibrous tumour of the pleura with huge proportions of 26 x 14 x 12 cm and 1.25 Kgr of weight, in a 56 year old female patient. The tumour occupied practically the inferior 2/3 of the right pulmonary field and had an unusual insertion in the diaphragmatic parietal pleura. It was non pediculous and had histological features of malignancy. The diagnosis of lo…
  • Seropositivity against pediculosis in children with cervical lymphadenopathy. [Journal Article]
    J Egypt Soc Parasitol 1994; 24(1):59-67Abdel Fattah SM, el Sedfy HH, … Hamdi KN
  • Unlike most arthropod ectoparasites, all human lice spend their entire lives on their hosts. This paper aimed to study the correlation between lice infestation and lymphadenopathy on one hand, and the serum levels of immunoglobulins on the other hand. The association of lymphadenopathy (cervical) and lice infestation is explained by the fact that lymph nodes are stimulated as part of an immune re…
  • Nutritional Status of Infants and Children with Eczematous Dermatitis. [Journal Article]
    Indian J Dermatol Venereol Leprol 1982 Jan-Feb; 48(1):17-22Bhattacharya SK, Bhattacharya AK
  • This study was undertaken in a series of 70 infants (48 males, 22 females) and children aged 1 month to 5 years: with eczematous dermatitis (scabetic 36, pediculous 7, microbic 9, seborrhoeic 10, atopic 6 and due to irritant applications 2) as the primary disease for which medical advice was sought.. Nutritional failure was detected anthropothetrically in 58 (83%) of them, including 16(23%) with …
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