mucocutaneous


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mucocutaneous

[¦myü·kō·kyü′tā·nē·əs]
(anatomy)
Pertaining to a mucous membrane and the skin, and to the line where these join.
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Regarding inherited platelet disorders, these usually present as prolonged bleeding post haemostatic challenges or in childhood with spontaneous mucocutaneous bleeding from gastrointestinal and genitourinary sites.
Electrochemotherapy has been reported as an oncological treatment with objective responses ranging from 70 to 94% in cutaneous, subcutaneous and mucocutaneous lesions, with few systemic and local side effects (MIR et al.
To better investigate the mucocutaneous manifestations of pSS patients and their clinical significance, we performed a cross-sectional study in 874 Chinese patients with pSS.
The mucocutaneous and systemic phenotype of dermatomyositis patients with antibodies to MDA5 (CADM-140): A retrospective study.
The study population consists of 500 HIV seroreactive patients with mucocutaneous manifestations enrolled during this period.
Twenty-six patients with BS (all were in the mucocutaneous group) were using 1 mg/day colchicine.
In 1964, Glikman and Smulow (15) stated that DG could be the symptom of severe conditions, especially mucocutaneous diseases.
To determine the prevalence and pattern of various mucocutaneous manifestations occurring in people living with HIV (PLHIV).
A six years old male crossbred dog was presented with multi nodular growth on mucocutaneous junction protruding from right lower eye lid (Fig.
Lichen planus (LP) is an idiopathic, inflammatory and autoimmune mucocutaneous condition characterized by violaceous, polygonal, pruritic, flat-topped, scaly papules and plaques commonly seen on the flexural creases of body, lower back, oral mucosa, as well as, on scalp and nails.
A few days later, he returned to the emergency room with renewed acute bleeding at the Bricker's loop site; poor general conditions, accentuated mucocutaneous pallour, hemodynamic instability (blood pressure [BP]: 65/45 mmHg; heart rate [HR]: 110 bpm), anemia (hemoglobin: 5.
Similarly, others showed the effectiveness of penicillin on mucocutaneous lesion of patients diagnosed with BD.