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Skin

ISO 3166-3 code for Sikkim, which acceded to India in 1975. ISO 3166-3 codes are used to indicate names of countries that are no longer used.
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Figure 1 shows the age-adjusted annual incidence and mortality rates for cutaneous melanoma in the U.
Scope of Cutaneous T-Cell Lymphoma C Pipeline Review, H2 2014 covers: A snapshot of the global therapeutic landscape of Cutaneous T-Cell Lymphoma.
Cutaneous metastases as the first sign of an internal malignancy such as colon cancer remains a rare phenomenon, and one that carries a grave prognosis.
Increased incidence of invasive fusariosis; reduced incidence of cutaneous fusariosis
Despite the diverse range of cutaneous conditions observed during the relatively limited time frame of this study, this work has highlighted some of the barriers encountered in the practice of dermatopathology in Ethiopia.
A cutaneous dental sinus is a channel that leads from a dental focus of infection to drain onto the face or neck (2).
Looked at another way, the odds for migraineurs who reported cutaneous allodynia to also report depression in their lifetime was significantly greater than for those who did not report allodynia (OR, 2.
We chose this method, not to make any conclusions about specific dermatopathology; we just wanted to make sure how many people were being admitted with some kind of severe cutaneous adverse reaction," said Dr.
Site-specific expression of polycombgroup genes encoding the HPC-HPH/PRC1 complex in clinically defined primary nodal and cutaneous large B-cell lymphomas.
Nath AK, Thappa DM: Crab-like appearance of cutaneous horns.
20] Once they present with cutaneous metastases, patients' survival is poor; in one study the mean survival was only 7 months.
Cutaneous zygomycosis may be gradual and slowly progressive or may be aggressive and fulminant leading to necrotizing lesions and haematogenous dissemination.