Vol 16, No 4 (2013)

Articles
The Rakhmanov conferences: 30 years
Ivanov O.L., Mareyeva E.B.
Russian Journal of Skin and Venereal Diseases. 2013;16(4):4-5
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CD45 IN CUTANEOUS MELANOMA CELLS AS A MANIFESTATION OF TUMOR ATYPIA
Aksenenko M.B., Shestakova L.A., Ruksha T.G.
Abstract
The expression of CD45 (hemopoietic cell marker) in cutaneous melanoma cells was studied in 96 patients (40 men and 56 women). The expression was detected in 17.5% patients, mainly with Clark’s tumor invasion levels IV and V and Breslow’s thickness of the tumor 3.7±1.09 mm. Data on the relationship between this marker’s expression and clinical morphological characteristics of the disease are presented. The differential diagnosis of cutaneous melanoma is discussed.
Russian Journal of Skin and Venereal Diseases. 2013;16(4):6-8
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CONGENITAL NEVUSES IN CHILDREN
Degtyarev O.V., Dumchenko V.V., Shashkova A.A., Alieva E.R., Khairulin Y.K.
Abstract
The authors review published data on congenital malformations of the skin in children. Rare clinical cases with congenital nevus papillomatosis and verrucous marginal nevus in children are presented.
Russian Journal of Skin and Venereal Diseases. 2013;16(4):8-10
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LEVERE’S PARANEOPLASTIC BULLOUS PEMPHIGOID IN OVARIAN CANCER AND LEFT MAMMARY CARCINOMA, STAGE IIA
Teplyuk N.P., Kotelnikova L.A., Grabovskaya O.V., Shabalina O.V., Muzalevskaya E.S., Kupriyanova A.G., Novoselova S.V.
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Two cases of Lever’s paraneoplastic bullous pemphigoid in patients with ovarian cancer and left mammary carcinoma stage IIa are presented. Combined treatment (antitumor chemotherapy and diprospane) resulted to clinical remission in one patient.
Russian Journal of Skin and Venereal Diseases. 2013;16(4):10-14
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ACTINIC RETICULOID
Potekaev N.S., Olisova O.Y., Vinogradova Y.E., Ignatyev D.V.
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The nosology, pathogenesis, clinical picture, diagnosis, and therapeutic difficulties of actinic reticuloid are discussed. A patient (female) with actinic reticuloid is described. The disease is extremely rare. The results of treatment are presented and the recommendations are offered, due to which clinical cure was attained.
Russian Journal of Skin and Venereal Diseases. 2013;16(4):14-18
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ACQUIRED PROGRESSIVE SUPERFICIAL UNILATERAL NEVOID TELANGIECTASIA
Malishevskaya N.P.
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A clinical case with a rare vascular disease of skin is presented: unilateral nevoid progressive telangiectasia in a female patient aged 30. The dermatoscopic picture of skin changes was characterized by extension of the capillary network without signs of follicular hyperkeratosis and atrophy, which allowed ruling out discoid lupus erythematosis, previously suspected in the patient. A brief review of the relevant publications is presented and problems in the differential diagnosis of this disease are discussed.
Russian Journal of Skin and Venereal Diseases. 2013;16(4):18-20
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THERAPY OF BULLOUS EPIDERMOLYSIS
Albanova V.I., Golchenko V.A.
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The authors review the therapeutic approaches to bullous epidermolysis, used previously and assumed ineffective today (anticollagenase drug diphenin, alpha-tocopherol acetate, antibiotics). Modern approaches to therapy are presented: wound dressing materials, ointments, bioplastic material with a high regeneration potential. Prospects for therapy of bullous epidermolysis are outlined (cell, protein, and gene therapies).
Russian Journal of Skin and Venereal Diseases. 2013;16(4):21-24
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TREATMENT STRATEGY USED IN A PATIENT WITH LOCALIZED SCLERODERMA
Kruglova L.S., Bebjakina L.B.
Abstract
Modern data on the etiology and mechanisms of localized scleroderma development are presented. The therapeutic methods used in different clinical forms and stages of the pathological process localized scleroderma are described in detail.
Russian Journal of Skin and Venereal Diseases. 2013;16(4):25-29
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