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Patient Expectations Influence Postoperative Facial Satisfaction Measured by the FACE-Q Skin Cancer Module: A Pilot Study.


BORDERLINE-POSITIVE QUANTIFERON IN CHILDREN.

We systematically retested children with borderline-positive quantiferon (0.35-0.99 IU/mL) during the period 2015-2019. Among 647 tests, 27 (4%) were positive (>0.35 IU/mL). Borderline-positive quantiferon accounted for 10 of 27 (37%) positive tests. When retested, 9 of 10 (90%) were negative. Children younger than 5 years had negative tuberculin skin tests. Thus, we found high test variability in the borderline range and, in some children, high suspicion of false positive tests.

A New Way of Managing Canalicular Injury Associated With Late Eyelid Burns.

This study aimed to introduce a new way to rebuild the canalicular system of patients with occluded punctums after long-time burns.


Cutaneous Bone Formation Associated With Melanocytic Nevus.

Cutaneous bone formation is an uncommon lesion of the skin. It may be primary or secondary. Secondary lesions are mostly associated with melanocytic nevi. Although many different theories have been proposed to explain the etiology, extraskeletal bone formation is complex and poorly understood phenomenon.Here the authors report a series of melanocytic nevi with cutaneous bone formation and the authors described morphologic and clinicopathologic features such as age, sex, location, focus number and size of th...

Brown seaweed (AquaArom) supplementation increases food intake and improves growth, antioxidant status and resistance to temperature stress in Atlantic salmon, Salmo salar.

Seaweeds represent a vast resource that remains underutilized as an ingredient in aquafeeds. Here we probed the effect of addition of AquaArom, a seaweed meal derived from brown seaweeds (Laminaria sp., kelp), to fish feed on growth performance, antioxidant capacity and temperature responsiveness of mitochondrial respiration. A commercial salmonid feed was mixed with 0 (control), 3, 6 and 10% seaweed and fed to Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar) smolts for 30 days. The smolts consumed more of the seaweed-supplem...

Multifaceted analyses disclose the role of fruit size and skin-russeting in the accumulation pattern of phenolic compounds in apple.

Fruits are nowadays considered important suppliers of anti-oxidant molecules. Apples are particularly rich in phenolic compounds, non-nutritional phytochemicals that play active roles in controlling severe chronic diseases. In this work, 19 phenolic compounds were investigated in both skin and pulp tissues of seven apple accessions across the Malus genus collected at two stages: during fruit development and at harvest. The primary difference in phenolic concentration between wild and domesticated accessions...

X-linked hypohidrotic ectodermal dysplasia: clinical and molecular genetic analysis of a large Russian family with a synonymous p.Ser267= (c.801A>G) splice site mutation.

The proband's examination revealed a large forehead with prominent supraorbital ridges and forehead bumps, wide cheekbones, small saddle-shaped nose with hypoplastic alae nasi, narrow and short maxillary regions, slightly deformed ears. The hair, eyebrows and eylashes were light-coloured, sparce and brittle. The skin was dry and pale. However, according to the mother, the proband had good heat tolerance. Examination revealed hypoplastic nipples, but nail structure was normal. This article is protected by co...

Effective treatment with photodynamic therapy of cutaneous leishmaniasis: a case report.

Leishmaniasis is a vector borne disease transmitted by phlebotomine sandflies. Cutaneous leishmaniasis (CL) predominantly causes skin ulcers but may disseminate. CL may present a therapeutic challenge. The present study reports the case of a 15-year old boy with CL consisting of a single, ulcer on the leg, resistant to pentavalent antimony, oral fluconazole and topical ketoconazole therapy. Repeated photodynamic therapy (PDT) using ALA resulted in complete healing of the ulcer, suggesting utility of this ap...

Dupilumab and alopecia: a Janus effect.

Atopic dermatitis (AD) and alopecia areata (AA) are two common skin diseases that can coexist in the same patient, sharing some pathogenetic mechanisms such as the overexpression of interleukin(IL)4 and IL13. Recently, cases of AA healing during treatment with anti-IL4/IL13 monoclonal antibody dupilumab (D) for AD were reported. However, cases of appearance of AA have been described during D treatment, too. We report two patients that experienced these two opposite effects of D. This article is protected by...

Facile Preparation of Hybrid Structure based on Meso-dome and Micro-pillar Array as Flexible Electronic Skin with Tunable Sensitivity and Detection Range.

The development of flexible pressure sensor has attracted increasing research interest from wearable electronic skins to human healthcare monitoring. Herein, we demonstrated a piezoresistive pressure sensor based on AgNWs-coated hybrid architecture consisting of meso-scaled dome and micro-scaled pillar arrays. We experimentally showed that the key three-dimensional component for a pressure sensor can be conveniently acquired using the vacuum application during the spin-coating process instead of sophisticat...

Induction of IL-22 protein and IL-22-producing cells in rainbow trout Oncorhynchus mykiss.

IL-22 is a critical cytokine which is involved in modulating tissue responses during inflammation, and is produced mainly by T cells and innate leucocytes. In mammals, IL-22 is a key component in mucosal defences, tissue repair, epithelial cell survival and proliferation. In teleosts, IL-22 has been cloned and studied in several species, and the transcript is highly expressed in mucosal tissues and induced by pathogen associated molecular patterns (PAMPs), suggesting IL-22 also functions as an important com...

Part II - Ectoparasites: Pediculosis and Tungiasis.

Pediculosis is an infestation of lice on the body, head, and/or pubic region that occurs worldwide. Lice are ectoparasites of the order Phthiraptera that feed on the blood of infested hosts. Their morphotype dictates their clinical features. Body lice may transmit bacterial pathogens that cause trench fever, relapsing fever, and epidemic typhus, which are potentially life-threatening diseases that remain relevant in contemporary times. Recent data from some settings suggest head lice may harbor pathogens. H...

Immune recognition, antimicrobial and opsonic activities mediated by a sialic acid binding lectin from Ruditapes philippinarum.

In the present study, a sialic acid-binding lectin was identified and characterized from Manila clam Ruditapes philippinarum (designed as RpSABL-1). Multiple alignments strongly suggested that RpSABL-1 was a new member of the sialic acid-binding lectin family. In non-stimulated clams, RpSABL-1 transcripts were constitutively expressed in all five tested tissues, especially in hepatopancreas. After Vibrio anguillarum challenge, the expression of RpSABL-1 mRNA was significantly up-regulated at 6 h (P 

An LRR-domain containing protein identified in Bathymodiolus platifrons serves as intracellular recognition receptor for the endosymbiotic methane-oxidation bacteria.

As domain species in seep and vent ecosystem, Bathymodiolinae mussels has been regarded as a model organism in investigating deep sea chemosymbiosis. However, mechanisms underlying their symbiosis with chemosynthetic bacteria, especially how the host recognizes symbionts, have remained largely unsolved. In the present study, a modified pull-down assay was conducted using enriched symbiotic methane-oxidation bacteria as bait and gill proteins of Bathymodiolus platifrons as a target to isolate pattern recogni...

Functional analysis and gene expression profiling of extracellular cathepsin Z in red sea bream, Pagrus major.

Cathepsin Z (CTSZ) is a lysosomal cysteine protease that is known to be involved in the maintenance of homeostasis and the biological mechanisms of immune cells. In this study, we have confirmed the tissue specific expression of the cathepsin Z (PmCTSZ) gene in Pagrus major, and confirmed its biological function after producing recombinant protein using Escherichia coli (E. coli). Multiple sequence alignment analysis revealed that the active site of the cysteine proteases and three N-glycosylation sites of ...

Plant extract-based diets differently modulate immune responses and resistance to bacterial infection in striped catfish (Pangasianodon hypophthalmus).

A feeding trial was performed to compare the effects of five ethanol herbal extracts (bhumi amla, Phyllanthus amarus Schum and Thonn [Pa]; guava, Psidium guajava L. [Pg]; sensitive plant, Mimosa pudica L. [Mp]; neem, Azadirachta indica A. Juss [Ai] and asthma plant, Euphorbia hirta L. [Eh]) on the immune response and disease resistance against Edwardsiella ictaluri infection of striped catfish (Pangasianodon hypophthalmus). Fish were fed diets supplemented with two doses of each plant extract (0% [basal die...

A functional polymorphism in the promoter of RhoB is associated with susceptibility to Vibrio anguillarum in turbot (Scophthalmus maximus).

As an isoform of Rho family GTPases, RhoB plays a pivotal role in cytoskeletal organization, cell proliferation, apoptosis and immune response. However, the regulatory mechanisms of RhoB expression in aquatic animals are still unknown. In the present study, we first construct Vibrio anguillarum infection model in S. maximus, including susceptible and resistant individuals. Then the temporal expression of RhoB was detected after V. anguillarum challenge using qRT-PCR and found that RhoB transcripts were sign...

Expansion and loss events characterized the occurrence of MIF-like genes in bivalves.

Macrophage migration inhibitory factor (MIF) dynamically connects innate and adaptive immune systems in vertebrate animals, allowing highly orchestrated systemic responses to various insults. The occurrence of MIF-like genes in non-vertebrate organisms suggests its origin from an ancestral metazoan gene, whose function is still a matter of debate. In the present work, by analyzing available genomic and transcriptomic data from bivalve mollusks, we identified 137 MIF-like sequences, which were classified int...

Drugs as a Frequent Cause of Acute Rash in Patients After CD34-selected Peripheral Blood Stem Cell Transplantation.

While histopathologic differences have been reported between acute graft-versus-host disease (aGVHD) and non-aGVHD rash in CD34-selected peripheral blood stem cell transplantation (PBSCT) recipients, skin biopsies alone are usually insufficient to determine rash etiology. As such, distinguishing inflammatory non-aGVHD rashes, such as drug eruptions, from cutaneous aGVHD after CD34-selected PBSCT remains challenging and relies on clinical presentation. This study aimed to identify etiologies of skin rash in ...

Investigation of the permeation enhancer strategy on benzoylaconitine transdermal patch: The relationship between transdermal enhancement strength and physicochemical properties of permeation enhancer.

Permeation enhancer strategy is used to develop Benzoylaconitine (BA) of high molecular weight (603.7 Da) into transdermal patch. The present study was to achieve a patch with good analgesic and anti-inflammatory effects and investigate the relationship between physicochemical parameters of enhancers and enhancement strength. In vitro skin permeation study was used to evaluate the effect of enhancers, and correlation study was conducted to clarify the relationship between physicochemical parameters of enh...

Emerging anaerobic and partially acid-fast Lawsonella clevelandensis: extended characterization by antimicrobial susceptibility testing and whole genome sequencing.

Lawsonella clevelandensis is a novel emerging bacterium with very uncommon characteristics: anaerobic and partially acid-fast. Described in 2016, a total of eight cases with mono-bacterial infection and abscess formation have been reported mainly in North America. To date, no antimicrobial susceptibility testing (AST) is available from this fastidious micro-organism. We isolated L. clevelandensis from a patient with mastitis non-puerperalis. Identification was performed with 16S rRNA sequencing and whole ge...

Endosulfan toxicity in Nile tilapia (Oreochromis niloticus) and the use of lycopene as an ameliorative agent.

Endosulfan is a broad-spectrum organochlorine insecticide that has been commercially in use for decades to control insect pests and has been found to pollute the aquatic environment. The current study was carried out to investigate the toxic effects of endosulfan, an organochlorine pesticide, on Nile tilapia (Oreochromis niloticus), a freshwater fish, and the alleviating effects of lycopene on the induced toxicity.

Compilation and spatio-temporal analysis of publicly available total solar and UV irradiance data in the contiguous United States.

Skin cancer is the most common type of cancer in the United States, the majority of which is caused by overexposure to ultraviolet (UV) irradiance, which is one component of sunlight. National Environmental Public Health Tracking Program at CDC has collaborated with partners to develop and disseminate county-level daily UV irradiance (2005-2015) and total solar irradiance (1991-2012) data for the contiguous United States. UV irradiance dataset was derived from the Ozone Monitoring Instrument (OMI), and sola...

Loading of water-insoluble celastrol into niosome hydrogels for improved topical permeation and anti-psoriasis activity.

Psoriasis is a severe disfiguring skin disease affecting approximately 3% of people worldwide and negatively affecting their daily lives. The pathogenesis of psoriasis is complicated, and typical therapeutic strategies for psoriasis mainly focus on anti-inflammation. Considering the side effects, withdrawal rebound, high cost, and many other disadvantages of existing treatments, we developed a new topical therapeutic formulation consisting of niosomes loaded with celastrol, a triterpenoid extracted from Tri...

Skin and superficial soft tissue neoplasms with multinucleated giant cells: Clinical, histologic, phenotypic, and molecular differentiating features.

Multinucleated giant cells (MGC) are commonly seen in an array of neoplastic and non-neoplastic conditions, to include: granulomatous dermatitis, fibrohistiocytic lesions such as xanthogranulomas, and soft tissue tumors such as giant cell tumors of soft tissue. In addition, multinucleated giant cells are infrequently seen in melanoma, squamous cell carcinoma, and atypical fibroxanthoma. There are many different types of MGCs and their presence, cytologic, and immunohistochemical features within these pathol...


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