Vol 14, No 4 (2011)

Articles
Photodynamic therapy of Kaposhi's sarcoma
Prokof'ev A.A., Molochkov V.A., Molochkov A.V., Sukhova T.E., Kartashova M.G., Prokofiev А.А., Molochkov V.А., Molochkov А.М., Sukhova Т.Е., Kartashova М.G.
Abstract
Sixteen cases of Kaposi's sarcoma treated with photodynamic therapy with intralesional injection of photosensitizer Photoditazine are described. The review of national and foreign literature (22 references) is presented.
Russian Journal of Skin and Venereal Diseases. 2011;14(4):4-6
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The case of Kaposi's sarcoma and mycosis fungoides in a single patient
Lezvinskaya E.M., Kazantseva I.A., Bobrov M.A., Kovrigina A.M., Bulyukin S.V., Lezvinskaya Е.М., Kazanzeva I.А., Bobrov М.А., Kovrigina А.М., Bulyukin S.V.
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The case of association of two skin tumors, i.e. Kaposi's sarcoma and T-cell skin lymphoma (erythrodermic type mycosis fungoides), in a single patient is described. Diagnoses were verified histologically and immunohistochemically.
Russian Journal of Skin and Venereal Diseases. 2011;14(4):7-10
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Peculiarities of matrix metalloproteinase-9 expression in melanocytic skin neoplasms
Aksenenko M.B., Ruksha T.G., Sokolov V.D., Maksimova T.V., Aksenenko М.B., Ruksha Т.G., Sokolov V.D., Maksimova Т.V.
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Matrix metalloproteinase-9 (MMP-9) expression in 102 patients with melanocytic skin neoplasms was analyzed. An amount of MMP-9 in skin melanoma with different localization and Clarks level of invasion and in benign skin neoplasms was assessed.
Russian Journal of Skin and Venereal Diseases. 2011;14(4):10-12
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Development of multiple neoplasms of different origin in photoaging skin
Snarskaya E.S., Borisova A.I., Changlyan K.A., Snarskaya Е.S., Borisova А.I., Changlyan К.А.
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There is a literature review of national and foreign publications on a problem of different multiple neoplasms development under the chronic exposure of solar radiation. The case of a multiple tumors development in 73 years old patient with dermatoheliosis is discussed.
Russian Journal of Skin and Venereal Diseases. 2011;14(4):13-18
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Wegener's granulomatosis
Tarasenko G.N., Patronov I.V., Bobrov A.N., Bobrov M.A., Gryazeva N.V., Tarasenko G.N., Patronov I.V., Bobrov А.N., Bobrov М.А., Gryazeva N.V.
Abstract
There is a case report of 86 years old patient with Wegener's granulomatosis. The literature review (18 references) on the rare disease is supplied.
Russian Journal of Skin and Venereal Diseases. 2011;14(4):18-21
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Tuberculosis cutis colliquativa
Rusak Y.E., Kuz'mina N.V., Antsiferova Y.E., Ulitina I.V., Popik O.V., Rusak Y.E., Kuzmina N.V., Antsiferova Y.Е., Ulitina I.V., Popik О.V.
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There is a case report of a patient with tuberculosis of skin (TS) in a form of secondary scrofuloderma. According to modern data TS is a respectively rare dermatological condition. The diagnosis of TS is a serious challenge for a physician particularly as a result of low suspicion on the disease. It is suggested that TS is more frequent than it is diagnosed.
Russian Journal of Skin and Venereal Diseases. 2011;14(4):21-23
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Pediculicidal medications: retrospective analysis
Lopatina Y.V., Eremina O.Y., Lopatina Y.V., Eremina О.Y.
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There is a review of pediculicidal medications used for pediculosis treatment and data on drug resistance in lice. The authors have closely analyzed a spectrum of active compounds of medications used for pediculosis capitis since 1960s. As a result it is noted that about 80% of modern pediculicidal medications approved in Russia contain pyrethroids. In relation to recent problem of lice resistance to permethrin it is recommended to use alternative pediculicidal medications with other mechanisms of action.
Russian Journal of Skin and Venereal Diseases. 2011;14(4):23-27
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Pediculosis and other dermatoses: prevalence in a socially important group of children
Malyarchuk A.P., Sokolova T.V., Lopatina Y.V., Kiseleva A.V., Malyarchyuk А.P., Sokolova Т.V., Lopatina Y.V., Kiseleva А.V.
Abstract
Children living in a board school in the Oryol Region were examined by medical team to reveal prevalence and pattern of distribution of dermatological disorders. Dermatoses were diagnosed with a high prevalence of 95.9%. Two or more skin diseases were found in 51.1% of cases. Infectious and noninfectious dermatological diseases were almost equally prevalent, 48.2% and 51.8% respectively. Among infectious dermatoses mycoses corresponded more than 1/3, viral dermatoses -- about 1/3, pyodermia -- about 1/4. Scabies was diagnosed in 6 (6.7%) of adolescents of 16--18 years old. The epidemiological analysis has revealed primary pseudoirradiate nidus of infestation, i.e. all the patients were infected beyond the foster children group. True irradiation started in the board school, however not due to co-residence in the same living room, but as a result of a close contact during wrestling classes.
Russian Journal of Skin and Venereal Diseases. 2011;14(4):27-32
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Circumscribed scleroderma associated with other autoimmune diseases and an autoantibodies spectrum
Molochkov V.A., Snarskaya E.S., Romashkina A.S., Molochkov V.А., Snarskaya Е.S., Romashkina А.S.
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The authors have reviewed national and foreign publications (34 references) on a problem of association of circumscribed scleroderma with autoimmune diseases and autoantibodies. The original study was based on examination of 156 patients with different types of circumscribed scleroderma. The last was associated with autoimmune diseases and autoantibodies spectrum in 20 patients. Those patients are proposed to be included in a risk group of disease transformation into systemic scleroderma.
Russian Journal of Skin and Venereal Diseases. 2011;14(4):33-36
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Focal form of iatrogenic Lever's bullous pemphigoid
Ivanov O.L., Kurdina M.I., Makarenko L.A., Teplyuk N.P., Ivanov О.L., Kurdina М.I., Makarenko L.А., Teplyuk N.P.
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There is a case report of patient with circumscribed type of Levers bullous pemphigoid developed after cordaron intake. Combined therapy with a use of plasmapheresis caused full regress of lesions.
Russian Journal of Skin and Venereal Diseases. 2011;14(4):37-39
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Blood plasma markers used for prognosis of erythema nodosum leprosum
Degtyarev O.V., Rylova O.S., Degtyarev О.V., Rylova О.S.
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Clinical presentations were retrospectively studied in 160 patients with multibacterial types of leprosy. Among them 60 patients had reaction in a form of erythema nodosum leprosum. Concentrations of serum lactoferrin and antibodies to Њycobacterium leprae were measured.
Russian Journal of Skin and Venereal Diseases. 2011;14(4):39-42
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Effectiveness of Pimafucort creme for treatment of fungal intertrigo
Samtsov A.V., Sukharev A.V., Nazarov R.N., Bondar' O.I., Patrushev A.V., Fedotova M.A., Samtsov A.V., Sukharev A.V., Nasarov R.N., Bondar O.I., Patrushev A.V., Fedotova M.A.
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Authors present the most interesting literature data related to epidemiology, pathogenesis, classification, diagnostics, differential diagnosis and treatment of fungal intertrigo. Results of the study including 40 patients with mycosis of skin folds are also described. A complex clinical and laboratory assessment of effectiveness of Pimafucort créme was conducted in these patients. The results allow to conclude that treatment of different forms of intertriginous mycoses with this medication is moderately effective and highly safe. Pimafucort créme can be recommended for extensive use in in-patient and out-patient departments.
Russian Journal of Skin and Venereal Diseases. 2011;14(4):42-46
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Topical therapy of acne: analysis of mistakes
Volkova E.N., Il'in L.A., Vorob'ev A.B., Ryumina E.O., Volkova Е.N., Ilyin L.А., Vorobyov А.B., Ryumina Е.О.
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Typical mistakes in prescription and usage of differin are analyzed. Structure and unique kinetics of this preparation are described and results of effectiveness studies of different drug formulations are presented. Authors present facts illustratinf high effectiveness and safety of differin in acne therapy.
Russian Journal of Skin and Venereal Diseases. 2011;14(4):47-50
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Vulvovaginal gingival syndrome
Molochkov V.A., Tret'yakova E.I., Kupriyanova A.G., Kiseleva E.V., Molochkov V.А., Tretyakova Е.I., Kupriyanova А.G., Kiseleva Е.V.
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Data about etiology, pathogenesis, pathomorphological picture of vulvovaginal and gingival syndrome are presented. Diagnostics and treatment of this disorder are discussed. A case of vulvovaginal and gingival syndrome in a young woman is presented.
Russian Journal of Skin and Venereal Diseases. 2011;14(4):50-52
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Molecular diagnostic methods used in studies of syphilis infection
Molochkov V.A., Gushchin A.E., Sarychev A.V., Dolya O.V., Molochkov V.А., Guschin А.Е., Sarychev А.V., Dolya О.V.
Abstract
Review of literature concerning use of molecular diagnostic methods in studies of syphilis infestion is presented. Leaders in this area of scientific studies are pointed out including polymerase chain reaction (PCR), real time polymerase chain reaction (PCR-RT), nucleic acid sequence-based amplification (NASBA) with real-time detection of the amplification products. Author present the results of own study designed for comparison of direct method NASBA-RT and PCR-RT. As a target a fragment of 16s аRNA gene of Treponema pallidum was used.
Russian Journal of Skin and Venereal Diseases. 2011;14(4):52-56
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New approach to medical documentation in dermatologic in-patient department
Tarasenko G.N., Tarasenko G.N.
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Authors present their experience of use of electronic medical cards in dermatologic in-patient department.
Russian Journal of Skin and Venereal Diseases. 2011;14(4):56-58
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Annular plaques on an anterior crural surface with central depression and hyperkeratotic band on the perifery
Belousova T.A., Teplyuk N.P., Kayumova L.N., Belousova Т.А., Teplyuk N.П., Kayumova L.N.
Russian Journal of Skin and Venereal Diseases. 2011;14(4):58a-58a
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Mystery of white flakes
Monakhov S.A., Monakhov S.А.
Russian Journal of Skin and Venereal Diseases. 2011;14(4):59-60
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7th Course on dermatovenereology (Rome, Italy, 10- 14 november 2010).
Bobko S.I., Boiko S.I.
Russian Journal of Skin and Venereal Diseases. 2011;14(4):60-60
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