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1. Atypical desquamation in a 2.5-year-old boy with Kawasaki disease: A case report (PubMed)

Atypical desquamation in a 2.5-year-old boy with Kawasaki disease: A case report Kawasaki disease (KD) is a vasculitis that mostly affects children under 5 years of age. This article presents a 2.5-year-old boy who presented with 6 days of fever, generalized maculopapular rash, bilateral non-exudative conjunctivitis, cracked lips, right cervical lymphadenopathy, erythematous extremities, and perianal desquamation. Laboratory studies showed leukocytosis and sterile pyuria. Because diagnosis (...) of KD was proved, oral acetylsalicylic acid with the anti-inflammatory dose and intravenous immunoglobulin were started for him. On the seventh day of admission time, he developed desquamation and erythema on the site of his right cervical lymphadenopathy as well as periungual scaling. About three weeks after starting the treatment, scaling of the cervical lymphadenopathy and periungual area stopped. Echocardiography was performed for him three times: at the time of diagnosis, four weeks, and 6

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2017 Electronic physician

3. Desquamative gingivitis: A review (PubMed)

Desquamative gingivitis: A review Desquamative gingivitis (DG) is characterized by the erythematous gingiva, desquamation and erosion of the gingival epithelium, and blister formation. It is a common clinical manifestation in several diseases. Contact allergic reactions to various oral hygiene products and chemical agents have also been reported to represent as DG. The management of DG has been a major problem, largely because the etiology of the disease has been elusive. In this paper, we

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2016 Journal of Istanbul University Faculty of Dentistry

4. A systematic review to investigate the effectiveness and acceptability of interventions for moist desquamation in radiotherapy patients

A systematic review to investigate the effectiveness and acceptability of interventions for moist desquamation in radiotherapy patients A systematic review to investigate the effectiveness and acceptability of interventions for moist desquamation in radiotherapy patients A systematic review to investigate the effectiveness and acceptability of interventions for moist desquamation in radiotherapy patients Kedge EM CRD summary This review found mixed evidence concerning use of hydrogels (...) and hydrocolloid dressings for moist desquamation in radiotherapy patients, despite being recommended by many guidelines. Improved patient comfort was sometimes seen. There was limited evidence to support other interventions. The author’s conclusions should be treated with caution as the evidence provided was very limited, heterogeneous and of questionable quality. Authors' objectives To evaluate the safety and effectiveness of interventions for moist desquamation in radiotherapy patients. Searching AMED

2009 DARE.