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  • Texture profile analysis reveals a stiffer ovarian cortex after testosterone therapy: a pilot study. [Journal Article]
  • JAJ Assist Reprod Genet 2019 Jul 20
  • De Roo C, Tilleman K, … De Sutter P
  • CONCLUSIONS: This is the first application of TPA in ovarian cortex to study the physical properties. Comparing the physical properties, we objectively describe an increased cortical stiffness in the most outer part of the ovarian cortex following prolonged testosterone administration in transgender men compared to the ovarian cortex of oncological patients. This preliminary and novel approach could be the start of future research to understand the physical properties of ovarian tissue.
  • [Eruptive disseminated superficial porokeratosis associated with acute hepatitis E]. [Journal Article]
  • ADAnn Dermatol Venereol 2019 Jul 17
  • Dumas M, Corre F, … Le Bozec P
  • CONCLUSIONS: The mechanism of PK is unknown and probably involves a combination of different factors. PK has been described in patients with treatment-induced immunosuppression, solid cancer or AIDS, sometimes promoted by HCV viral infection, but never with concomitant HEV infection. A combination of immunosuppression induced by radio-chemotherapy and HEV infection could have prompted the development of PK in our patient.We report the first case of eruptive disseminated superficial porokeratosis associated with hepatitis E infection. The exact role of hepatitis E infection in the development of PK is still unclear.
  • Eruptive milia and acneiform hyperkeratosis with comedones (pseudo-epidermal cysts) within tattoos. [Journal Article]
  • ADAnn Dermatol Venereol 2019 Jul 17
  • Kluger N
  • CONCLUSIONS: The occurrence of milia and acneiform allergic reactions after tattooing is rare. We collated a total of 13 cases from the literature, of which 8 involved milia. This condition occurred within 3 months following tattooing, with no particular correlation with any given colour, and generally without any allergic reaction (except in one case). Reactions comprising excessive acneiform hyperkeratosis and open comedones were noted with pink and red inks and were a complication in a setting of allergic inflammatory reaction. However, the histopathology of these reactions is poorly described in the literature. It seems inappropriate to diagnose the condition as "epidermal cysts" since the lesions are not in fact simple cysts but rather retention lesions occurring during an inflammatory reaction and are thus different from post-traumatic milia.
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